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Nothing demonstrates the charm of the New England villages like an historic covered bridge. There are fifty-four historic wooden covered bridges …

Hi everyone, Sorry for the long break between posts. Today a furry creature visited my backyard, and I put my telephoto lens to use for the first time. Happy…

For my dog anyway. The weather isn't pretty today. I've been snowed in since I got out of work. I almost forgot to take a picture. My tea break is over. Back to…

My son was snowed in at his girlfriend's house which was ok because I didn't want him on the roads last night during the big storm. The snow stopped around…

I'm not sure who names these winter storms but they always sound like the names of tropical cartoon fish.

I just love the colors of the Fall in New England. It is definitely my favorite time of year. Besides being the season of my birthday, the air is so crisp and…

Practicing photography has a virtue, it helps enjoying things as simple as a ray of warm light in the harsh New-England winter. It also educates the eye, from…

Strawberry Banke Museum is located in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. It's an outdoor history museum on 10 acres that includes heritage gardens, historic buildings,…

We spent some time in the old port in Portland, there were some great sight, this one could be a long series as I took so many photo that its hard to pick just…

I met a couple of friends while I was hanging out at the Dry Dock out on their deck, they didn't mind having the photos taken.

Sorry the photos are spread out into multiple posts there are just so many, I like that I wanted to share.

I hope no one minded that I split the series up into 5 part (I should go pro), I guess I have to work on narrowing my scope of what is interesting and redundant…

Our 2 friends, Oscar and Ruby decided that while they were out near the lake, that they would go for a swim. Too cold for me that is for sure.
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