This is part of a dead or dying stand of Red Pines (Sylvestres resinosa) in the Quabbin Park area. The trees were infested by Red Pine Scale (Matsucoccus resinosae) which attacks them underneath the flaky bark. It was once a lovely small plantation that is now slowly being decimated by these tiny non-native insects..
At one time this was one of my favorite locations to wander around, eventually landing at a beaver pond where I could find frogs and wildflowers- especially fringed gentian. The pond became overgrown and, as you can see, the red pine stand is soon to be no more. Gradually over time the Massachusetts DCR work crews are taking down the dead trees.
I did not go down into this area so cannot identify the colorful vine climbing the pine trunk. When I first noticed it there was brilliant back-lighting that disappeared as I got out of my car to photograph it. On my next trip by the leaves had all dropped.