HARVEST: MONTHLY PHOTO CHALLENGE 09

Monthly Photo Challenge: The Changing Seasons 09 - Harvest Fall does not officially begin until the Wednesday, September 23, the first day of Autumn. That's the day of the Autumnal Equinox, when days and night are of equal length. Locally in central Massachusetts, the leaves began turning before August was done, leaving the beginning of September to feel like … Continue reading HARVEST: MONTHLY PHOTO CHALLENGE 09

Ogunquit, Maine: Sunrise, Sand, Rivers, Feathered and Other Friends – Marilyn Armstrong

Autumnal equinox in the northern latitudes. September. A week in Ogunquit, Maine. A tiny place but close to the beach and the river. Quiet this time of year. Most tourists are gone, now, so the streets aren't crowded. There is no more perfect time to be on the seashore of Maine than the very earliest … Continue reading Ogunquit, Maine: Sunrise, Sand, Rivers, Feathered and Other Friends – Marilyn Armstrong

Early Color — West Dam on the Blackstone

  Today, the leaves began to change. I could see it from my office window. I had no time to plan a photo excursion, but on my way to the dentist, I grabbed my little Canon point and shoot. On the way to the office, I spotted the waterfall I've been looking for. I'd shot here before, … Continue reading Early Color — West Dam on the Blackstone

Ogunquit, Maine: Sunrise, Sand, Rivers, Feathered and Other Friends

Autumnal equinox in the northern latitudes. September. A week in Ogunquit, Maine. A tiny place but close to the beach and the river. Quiet this time of year. Most tourists are gone, now, so the streets aren't crowded. There is no more perfect time to be on the seashore of Maine than the very earliest … Continue reading Ogunquit, Maine: Sunrise, Sand, Rivers, Feathered and Other Friends