AUGUST: DOG AND OTHER DAYS – Marilyn Armstrong

August 2012 through 2019

A little photographic journey around the northeastern end of the American continent.

Photo: Garry Armstrong

Rockport, Massachusetts at sunrise

I didn’t have a single fire pump for Cee’s challenge, so I went back through seven years of August. From Glocester to Rockport, from Connecticut to Maine … these are the hot, humid, hazy days of late summer in New England.

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Opinionated writer with hopes for a better future for all of us!

13 thoughts on “AUGUST: DOG AND OTHER DAYS – Marilyn Armstrong”

    1. Well, I washed out (so to speak) on the whole fire pump thing. We don’t have town water. We all have individual pumps so they have to bring a pumping truck. But I had 7 years of Augusts 😀

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  1. Those are some cracking August photos. I think I am going to luck out on fire hydrants too. I don’t believe I’ve ever photographed one so unless I see one in the next few days and it’s not pouring with rain at the time I think I will be a pass.

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  2. Wonderful crop of late summer photos, Marilyn. Love the Rockport one with that gorgeous sunrise. 🙂

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  3. What a glorious collection of August photos….. The only ‘pump’ I could think of right now was a fire hydrant I saw out of the car many years ago. I remember it clearly because I was screaming to my family: Oh loook, a deer …. and my family laughed because it was said fire hydrant. I then didn’t realise just HOW bad my eyesight was already at that time! 🙂

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  4. These are the photos that are going to come to mind in the middle of winter (especially Rockport, Massachusetts at sunrise) the sheer beauty of the summer.
    Leslie

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