Category Archive: Massachusetts

A Cape Cod Holiday Celebration

One thing I absolutely love about Sandwich the Town I live in on Cape Cod is the small town feel. In the summer they have concerts at the bandstand at night. It is… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = COASTAL

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

A Serene Moment on Cape Cod

There are moments when I will come upon a scene, which transports me to another place and time. This was one of those moments. It was a very warm summer afternoon and there… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = BEAUTIFICATION

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

The Subtle Coast of Yarmouth Massachusetts

     

Beach Living Massachusetts Style – Sagamore Beach

Boston Beautiful

As much as I love Cape Cod and the ocean I equally love the beautiful old architecture found in downtown Boston. The North End, Beacon Hill and other areas of the city have… Continue reading

Another beautiful harbor, Onset Massachusetts

One thing I absolutely love about living on Cape Cod is there is no shortage of beautiful Harbors in the surrounding area. Each one is different and unique but all are magnificent in… Continue reading

Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts

I am partial to Plymouth Harbor in Massachusetts. I worked in Plymouth for well over a decade right by the harbor. I think this particular Harbor is one of the prettiest I have… Continue reading

Powder Point Bridge, Duxbury, Massachusetts

A Nostalgic Old Cottage – Duxbury Massachsetts

Our Word View – Word of the Week = TRADITION

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

Old versus New

One of the things I absolutely love about Boston is the old surrounded by the new! There are so many examples of buildings from the 1700s, 1800s and some older in the middle… Continue reading

Boston Proud

Manomet Beaches, Plymouth, Massachusetts

While at my sister’s house on Sunday my son and I took a walk up and down the beach. The beach and seawalls have suffered much damage from the hurricane and two subsequent… Continue reading

Running Away in Boston

Could It Be The Final Snowstorm of the Season

Winter is slowly coming to an end. I think! In fact here in Massachusetts at this moment we are once again experiencing another two day Nor’easter. Parts of the state will be receiving… Continue reading

My Mansion Isn’t Big Enough

As you are taking the ferry over to Martha’s Vineyard towards Vineyard Haven you pass all these mansions dotting the shore. Just when you think one can’t get bigger than the next… it… Continue reading

Good Old Boston

This past summer my mother “Dot” and I went up to “Boston”Boston one day for lunch. We were on “Newbury Street” down towards Massachusetts Avenue. This particular area is near to a lot of… Continue reading

Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

Last May my daughter Allison and I spent the day out on Martha’s Vineyard. I love all the various towns on the Vineyard. But truthfully my favorite is “Edgartown”. When you drive around the… Continue reading

Gay Head, Aquinnah, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

The town of Aquinnah on Martha’s Vineyard is better known for the Gay Head Cliffs and Lightouse. The colors of the cliffs are spectacular because of the clay in the earth. At the bottom… Continue reading

Boys will be Boys

This weekend we had a blizzard in the Northeast. On Cape Cod we got well over a foot of snow. In our house Hubby and I have a whole house generator and fireplace with… Continue reading

An Empty and Desolate Beach

I like to photograph empty, desolate beaches. If I haven’t said this a million times before I love the look of a winter beach. I just feel it conveys so much more emotion… Continue reading

Sandy Neck Lighthouse, Barnstable, Cape Cod, MA

Sandy Neck Lighthouse stands at the entrance to Barnstable Harbor on Cape Cod.  Sandy neck is a ½ mile wide six mile long peninsula on the North side of Cape Cod. At its… Continue reading

Marsh Grass

Truly I don’t know what it is about Marsh Grass but I love to photograph it. Perhaps it’s the contrast between the hard cane stalks or the soft fronds. I like the beige… Continue reading

Boardwalks and Marshes

On Cape Cod we have a lot of marsh. One thing we have to go with the marsh is Boardwalk. Two of our more famous boardwalks are “Town Neck Beach Boardwalk” in Sandwich… Continue reading

Wrought Iron and Old Buildings

I have a thing for old buildings and wrought iron. I’m not sure why but when I see a beautiful old Brownstone combined with ornate wrought iron my head is just filled with… Continue reading