The man above is Carleton Robie, a contractor here in New Hampshire. He was one of many enthusiasts who showed up for an antique engine show last weekend in Dunstable, MA.
These engines were used on farms and other places to power equipment. Power was often transferred by belt as you see here to run sawmills and other devices.
Mr. Robe brought a grinder with him that he used to turn kernals of corn into corn meal.
A collection of tools at a local flea market.
This family of geese has been hanging out at a local pond on some conservation land. The chicks always make me smile.
This is Memorial Bridge in Portsmouth, NH. It goes up at regular intervals for boat traffic to pass.
This is from the millyard in Nashua, NH.
I liked the look of the top of this monument peering down at me through the branches.
I was taking photos in Nashua, NH the other night and came upon this mural near the library.
This seemingly dark alley is a passage bertween buildings in Nashua to get from Main Street to the city library.
This is an early morning image made from East Boston.