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Monthly Archives: October 2010
So I defend my Master’s project in roughly 3 weeks and have been working in the kitchen (instead of my bed) as to avoid sleeping and getting distracted from the productive work that I’m supposed to be doing while at … Continue reading
I made myself go take a few photos this week. The colors out my window are so beautiful but when I leave the house, it’s not quite light or I’m running late and when I get home from work, it’s … Continue reading
I couldn’t decide again. They are very similar shots. The metadata is below for you photo melvins out there. I think the biggest difference is the time that they were shot and how far the sun had sunk at that … Continue reading
Portland Head Lighthouse is in Cape Elizabeth just south of Portland. It has been a working lighthouse on the Maine coast since 1789 making it 221 years old and the oldest lighthouse in Maine. It is located in Fort Williams … Continue reading
The storm we had today was a little out of control. The wind was going every which way which made the rain go all over the place and made me not want to get out of bed. Alas, I did. … Continue reading
These are some favorites while walking around the small town of Jackson, New Hampshire over the first weekend of October. They have a Pumpkin People contest where people display different settings in their yards or in front of stores. We … Continue reading
Fall in New England really is unlike anything that I’ve ever seen. The colors are amazing and so different on every tree. Here is a sampling of the colors found around Conway, New Hampshire, over the first weekend on October.