Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – November 16, 2016

The bridge over the Blackstone Canal, peak foliage, October 2016
The bridge over the Blackstone Canal, peak foliage, October 2016

There were a lot of wonderful paths, roads, docks, dams, and other ways to travel these past few months. All of these are favorites, but one of them is my favoritest favorite. You are free to guess which one.

Photo: Garry Armstrong
Photo: Garry Armstrong
Straight to Rhode Island ...
Past our house and on to Rhode Island …
A sign to make your way
A sign to make your way
A walk on a warm day in October
Walking the little dog on a warm day in October
Walking along the old cemetery wall in the middle of town
Garry under the canopy of changing leaves
Marina - Connecticut- Curleys - Sept 2016
On the dock at the marina – one day in late September 2016
Little bridge across the small canal along the Mumford River – August 2016
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Defoliated trees on Route 98 in June, 2016
Defoliated woods on the Summer Solstice, June 2016

They are predicting a little bit of snow for the end of this week, but I don’t expect it to stick to the ground or last past an hour or less. Still, it’s a warning, the proverbial “shot over the bow” telling us that it’s time to get those leaves up, the lawn equipment put away, and shake the mothballs out of the winter coats!

Dam over the Mumford River, August in late afternoon

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  1. Some wonderful photos capturing the charm of Autumn. Tell my why those men love to take photos of our backs when we are walking? Mr. Swiss found that is a wonderful photo (so did I) – yes men stick together.

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    1. I think it’s because as soon as we know they are taking our pictures, we get all self-conscious. I know i do. i start to remember I’m fat, wish I had worn some makeup (ridiculous since i almost never wear makeup anymore), wonder if I should remove my glasses, etc. etc. Easier if we aren’t looking 🙂


    1. Hingham is a little more south, closer to the coast. A bit more built up than here, but still lovely. New England is just really pretty, almost everywhere. More rugged in the north, gentler down here, in the south. Not unlike old England, in a lot of ways.

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