Autumn in New England is by far one of the most beautiful times of year, and one in which I tend to feel most grateful to call this region home. The bright colors engulf the landscape, making even a stroll to the park feel more appealing. The change in season brings more than just a… Read more »
The beach is one of those places that makes me feel happy. The crowds, the heat, and the frigid waters of New England beaches make me less happy so I have learned to seek out the beach differently. My ideal time to beat the crowds and enjoy the best of what New England beaches have to offer is to head there an hour or two before sunset.
Peace. That elusive feeling we are all desperately searching for. The hectic lifestyle most of us lead, with constant pressure, deadlines, and non-stop connectivity to remind us of what we have yet to achieve, can make finding any semblance of that peace feel like a distant dream. Yet, peace is the only word I can… Read more »
Spring is one of the most beautiful times of year in New England, or pretty much anywhere for that matter. I always enjoy watching how it transforms cities into gardens, and makes everything more beautiful. As the streets of Lawrence bloom, the mills and their brick architecture seem to stand out more as they serve… Read more »
Driving through the White Mountains in New Hampshire is one of my favorite New England experiences. Miles of picturesque winding roads, and the changing and unpredictable weather make it a truly scenic experience. If you are driving down Route 302, one of the most beautiful sights you will encounter is Crawford Notch State Park.
“AFOOT and light-hearted I take to the open road! Healthy, free, the world before me! The long brown path before me, leading wherever I choose! Henceforth I ask not good-fortune, I am good fortune, Henceforth I whimper no more, postpone no more, need nothing, Strong and content, I travel the open road.” … Read more »
The White Mountain Region of New Hampshire is brimming with beautiful spots. During a weekend getaway we stayed at a beautiful historic Inn in Jackson NH, Eagle Mountain House and Golf Club. The first day of our trip it was cloudy and drizzling most of the day, but I never like to let that ruin a… Read more »
Chocolates and History in Deerfield, MA
Deerfield is one of the oldest towns in the United States. Populated by Native Tribes for thousands of years, the first European settlers arrived in 1673.
Black and White – Day 3 of the 30 Day Photo Challenge
I couldn’t have asked for better weather for completing the challenge for Day 3 of the 30 Day Photography Challenge, Black and White Photography. The streets were blanketed with a beautiful coat of bright white snow, perfect for a night exposure in black and white.
Rule of Thirds – Day 2 of the 30 Day Photo Challenge
Day 2 of the 30 Day Photography Challenge is The Rule of Thirds.
Realizing our Dreams in the New Year
“The Key to realizing a dream is to focus not on success, but on significance – and then even the small steps and little victories along your path will take on greater meaning” ~Oprah Winfrey
A City’s History and Hopes for its Future
As the camera loads my long exposure shot, I look out at the gleaming lights of the largest mill clock in the world and think about its history. The Ayer Mill Clock Tower has been standing for over 100 years, and remains the most prominent sight in the city of Lawrence, MA. It serves as… Read more »
Sunset at Crane Beach
The end of December is not a typical time to visit a Massachusetts Beach. Yet, New England weather is full of surprises! This year, in lieu of a White Christmas, we were gifted 50° temperatures starting Christmas Day and lasting through the weekend. I couldn’t have asked for a better Christmas gift, as the cold… Read more »
Blink! A Holiday Light and Sound Extravaganza at Faneuil Hall
With Christmas only days away, I decided to go into Boston to catch, Blink! The Light and Sound Extravaganza at Faneuil Hall. The already beautiful Marketplace is draped in gorgeous lights and the storefronts decked out with Holiday displays.
Portland Museum of Art
My main destination in my impromptu visit to Portland, Maine was the Portland Museum of Art. Located in the city’s Art District, the museum has a surprisingly good collection for its size.
Inn at St. John in Portland, Maine
To celebrate Veterans Day and for no particular reason other than a desire to go somewhere I have not been before, I planned a spur of the moment trip to Portland, Maine. Known for its coastlines, lighthouses, and beautiful sights, Maine is less than an hour and a half ride from northern Massachusetts.I scoured the… Read more »