Nina is our newest foster dog. She’s a three year old pit bull mix who loves to go for walks but also enjoys quiet time at home. She’s been here just over a week. She’s good sized but somehow still thinks she’s a lap dog.
A lobster boat sits at the pier in Manchester By The Sea, Massachusetts.
A summer evening image ofg the Boston Harbor Hotel. On weekend morning photoshoots, I usually end here. I buy a coffee and sit on the other side of that dome. It’s the perfect place to sip coffee and enjoy the view.
I spotted this mural while dropping somethings off at the Police Athletic League in Nashua, NH. What a great combination of message and image. Yes, I turned the color up a bit to make the image pop.
We added a pair of penguins to our winter display. I’m amazed by how many props and such we’ve accumulated over the years. The workroom of the barn looks quite odd. If you make a few things a year, it accumulates quickly.
This is a local summer camp after a recent snowfall.
Two views of the Lake Potanipo Lighthouse. The top one is from the boat ramp adjacent to the lighthouse. The one below is from across the bay.
We had a bit of snow yesterday. I took some pictures of the covered bridge over the Nissitissit River. The first one was taken after the storm ended. The lower image was made during the storm.
This portrait of Happi was made between Christmas and New Years.
Unfortunately, due to probable underlying medical issues, Happi developed some mood and behavioral problems. It was with a heavy heart that we decided to return him to the shelter. We hope the information from his stay with us will aid the shelter in obtaining the proper care for him and placing him in a good home.
This snow covered foundation and partial wall is at the back of our yard. The previous owner told us it had once been a pen for goats. One of our foster dogs loved it because there were tons of chipmunks for her to try to get.