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Category Archives: Pictorial
So we decided that the weather was too beautiful to do anything Sunday night but grill and have a drink on the patio. As the chicken was cooking and the sun was setting, I had to run inside to get … Continue reading
On the way to Barry and Lisa’s house for Christmas dinner, we drove over a small bridge that had a river running under it. I said then, I have to come back here to take pictures today. We had dinner … Continue reading
I shot both photos one after the other so the light didn’t have much time to change. What I did notice while looking at these later was the in the first photo the screen on the window showed up very … Continue reading
This girl. Heck yes. While I was in Columbia over the weekend to defend my master’s project, I had lunch with my good friend Colleen McDevitt and Matthew Cavanah. Colleen was planning on buying a new camera that day while … Continue reading
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
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
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.
Another edition of “Like this or like that?” from Lincolnville, Maine.
Everywhere in life we get to choose a path. Mine led me to Portland for the fall and on my walk last night I found the railroad tracks. I walked along them for a bit only to find that they … Continue reading