Across the whole battlefield the woods looked like this, nature mocking the historical sadness of the a place where 8,000 died.
On the way I saw lots of signs like this one.
Here's a type of site that might puzzle future archaeologists.
The abandoned miniature gold course! It occurs to me that since miniature golf first got big in the 1920s some of these will soon be 100-years-old and therefore eligible to be recorded as archaeological sites.
Monument near Little Round Top, looking like a garden.
Colonel Patrick O'Rourke's nose. I meant to ask a ranger if people touch it for good luck but forgot. The defenders of Little Round Top were fighting downhill, which made them harder to charge, but on the other hand meant their officers were constantly exposed to sniper fire, and most were shot.
Aftermath of a controlled burn at Little Round Top. The Park Service does this a lot these days to keep areas that were open pasture during the battles from growing up as forests.