Tag Archive: new england

Autumn Views

Fall views in and around Acadia National Forest in Mt Desert Island, Maine.

This Is What Draws Me to Maine

Time after time when my husband and I decide where we are going to vacation we choose the coast of Maine. There is something so raw about the coastline. Unlike Cape Cod which… Continue reading

Vermont Red Barn

Weathered and worn But oh so proudly The old barn preened in the summer Mid-day sun He had seen her earlier, Noticed her shape, angles On the drive to his desk and cube… Continue reading

Maine Character

One thing I have noticed in Maine is there are some really interesting places and homes. This particular house and barn are an antique shop in Denmark Maine. All the items on display… Continue reading

Everything Looks Prettier in the Snow

176/365 You’d Think It Was Paris But…

It’s Portland Maine

119/365 A Quiet Moment on Old Orchard Beach Maine

118/365 Boardwalk, Old Orchard Beach, Maine

117/365 Sandwich Harbor, Cape Cod, MA

93/365 Plymouth Harbor, Massachusetts

50/365 On a Back Road in Maine

This beautiful farm is located on a backroad in Maine. I remember taking the photo but I don’t think I would ever be able to find this place again. I’m not exactly sure… Continue reading

23/365 It’s Coming

The weather report has been all over the place during the past week. First we were going to be buried in snow and then we weren’t. Now they are saying we will have… Continue reading

12/365 A Storm Ravaged Coastline

A storm ravaged coastline. Tis the time of year for those blustery and dangerous Nor’Easters. They destroy the coastline with their fury.

It’s Right Around the Corner

It’s right around the corner. Yes winter with all of its snow, ice and wind. Of course here in New England Nor’easters also barrage us. These storms pummel our coastline and are a… Continue reading

The Saco River in Fryeburg Maine

A view of the Saco River in Fryeburg Maine and the current of the water was barely moving. It too was savoring the beauty of the colorful autumn foliage as it slowly flowed… Continue reading

The Beauty of a New England Fall Day

I know that the beauty of fall can be seen in other parts of the country as well. Unfortunately I haven’t had a recent opportunity to go visit any other areas except those… Continue reading

In and Around Sandwich

Here is another view of a popular area in my hometown of Sandwich on Cape Cod. During the good weather you will quite often find a number of boys and others fishing Shawmee… Continue reading

Red Fishing Shack, Bradley Wharf in Rockport Massachusetts

My hubby and I took a drive to an incredibly beautiful town called Rockport which is north of Boston along the coast. It is a rustic town and exactly what you think of… Continue reading

A Blizzard Falls on Brewster Gardens

You have to admit that when the snow is falling and you don’t have to drive anywhere that it’s absolutely beautiful. These photos were taken the night of Valentine’s 2015. We had another… Continue reading

Bridgton, Denmark and Naples Maine in Winter

Over New Years hubby and I went to Maine with our daughter Allison, our grandchildren and Allison’s friend Lauren. One of the things I love about Maine is I can totally decompress and… Continue reading

I’m Back After a Little Convalescing

Paris Maine last February Well it’s been just about three weeks from my last post. During that time I had a viral infection for 10 days of which I ran a temp of… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = YARD

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… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = VIVID

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… Continue reading

Are You Ready For It?

Fall is coming. How do you feel about it? I’m not sure if I’m ready or not. I have thoroughly enjoyed this summer because it has not been oppressively hot. Actually it has… Continue reading

Faneuil Hall Marketplace North and South Markets

    In downtown Boston is a wonderful marketplace to visit. It’s called Faneuil Hall Marketplace. There is a series of four buildings. Faneuil Hall in the middle is full of every type… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = STRUCTURE

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… Continue reading

Blueberry Picking in Maine

My daughter, granddaughter and I went blueberry picking while in Maine. This is something I have never done before. I think after two hours I was lucky if I had a pint of… Continue reading

Rustic Red Barn

I don’t know what it is about old, rustic, dilapidated buildings that I love. I just feel as though they have so much character. I love to photograph them. This one is in… Continue reading

Eel Pond, Woods Hole, Falmouth on Cape Cod

Woods Hole on Cape Cod is incredibly scenic. Eel Pond which is opposite the open access to the ocean is absolutely quaint. When you think of Cape Cod this is exactly what you… Continue reading

A Quintessential New England town… Falmouth, Cape Cod

On Cape Cod as I have mentioned before there are three major towns with a multitude of many in between. One of the towns is Falmouth and it is a hub of the… Continue reading

Oliver Mills Park in Middleborough Massachusetts

On Nemasket Street in Middleborough Massachusetts there is the most scenic area called Oliver Mill Park. The stream meanders in and around forming little pools of water and waterfalls. In amongst the overgrown… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = YARD

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… Continue reading

Have you ever visited Falmouth on Cape Cod?

Have you ever visited the town of Falmouth on Cape Cod? Here are some summer views of Main Street. It is the epitome of a larger Cape Cod and New England town. There… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = XANTHIC (yellow, yellowish)

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… Continue reading

Boston Harbor

When you visit Boston there is the most wonderful “Harbor Front Walk”. It meanders its way along all the wharfs in Boston from the North End right on down the line. On a… Continue reading

Boston Swan Boats

“Boston Public Gardens” If you visit Boston a must see is the “Boston Public Gardens”. Not to be confused with “Boston Commons” which is just across one main road. And in the garden… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = THRIVE

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… Continue reading

A Step Back in Time, Martha’s Vineyard.

I live on Cape Cod, which is a large spit of sand, which juts out into the ocean off the coast of Massachusetts. Just off of the Cape Cod coast are two very… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = QUAINT

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… Continue reading

There is a Paris in Maine

Who knew that Paris was in Maine? And within Paris set up on the hill is what else but Paris Hill. It is a beautiful Town with a green right in the center… Continue reading

Maine Grist Mill

One of the things I love about many locations in New England is the historic buildings and landmarks. Some are not even identified. You will be driving down some side road out in… Continue reading

Our Word View – Word of the Week = OUTSTANDING

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… Continue reading

We Headed North to the Snow!

While most people I know are trying to get away from the snow at this time of year, Hubby and I have deliberately gone to it. We have been vacationing for the past… Continue reading

A Colorful Cape Cod Landscape

Available for purchase as a print, canvas, or pillow here… I know this probably is not timely but I took this photo last fall while Hubby and I were out for a walk… Continue reading

Portland Maine

Portland Maine. Purchase here… A three hour drive north of Boston and into Maine one of the larger cities is Portland. Hubby and I visited here last fall for the first time. What… Continue reading

The Always Scenic Harbor on Cape Cod

I have said it so many times before, that I never take for granted the fact that I live in such a scenic and beautiful area! The unique architecture partnered with quaint Towns,… Continue reading

Classic Maine Architecture

This is a classic example of some of the beautiful old homes and buildings you will find in Maine. I can’t remember exactly which harbor I took this in but it was on… Continue reading

Wychmere Beach Club, Harwich, Cape Cod Massachusetts

Wychmere Beach Club, Harwich, Cape Cod…. Purchase print here… Recently I have been posting photos from various locations on Cape Cod. One of the most scenic harbors is Wychmere Harbor, in Harwich on… Continue reading

New England Life – Quahogging

Many a weekend you can drive down to ocean inlets and find many people quahogging. Don’t know what that means? Here is an excerpt from Wikipedia. The hard clam (Mercenaria mercenaria), also known as a quahog (or quahaug), round clam,… Continue reading

Moored for the Day

Purchase print here… Every time hubby and I take the time to go to the beach or take a drive along the coast I feel so, so fortunate. I love the ocean. I… Continue reading