The biggest problem I face is the crowds! Weekends are impossible to go anywhere, cars are lines along the highway for miles. And the days are growing shorter, so short hops to places are best!
Littleton is a fun little town, with a few places to take a decent picture
CHUTTERS! A huge store filled with: Candy
yes, look my keys!
And a few pictures from home. I love home. And my backyard.
Leaving home isn’t ever easy. I have the advantage of having a wicked wife. I also enjoy stopping, stretching my legs and taking a few pics.
A field of Sunflowers in Mars Hill, ME
Littleton, NH – some great photo ops here and I haven’t even started! what a cool busy little down!
I do have to take an afternoon and walk the down town area again, there are some hidden treasures to snap pictures of for sure!
I was on a mission, I wanted some keys..I needed 11 old keys. 8 for the # of assignments and 3 for the number of years I’ve been a PTA… I thought it would make a great prop for photos!
This is how I ended the day. I unpacked and set up my two keep sakes from home.
Supergirl to remind me I can do anything I set my mind too. And that Jules loves me to the moon and back and supports me in all that I do.
This, however, how my day began.
Before this I’ve never taken a night photo. I didn’t have tripod. I had no clue about the settings. I winged it!
A great sunset in Lille, ME
I finally hiked (1000 feet) over to the Musee that was a former church up my road. I’ve taken many pictures of the place before and do like getting some inside pics ever few years.
Then I moved upstairs to get a panoramic view of the church.
Backyard can be fun. I tend to shoot back there often, since I’ve land and several different perspectives.
I love that I have a potato field to one side, the view of the church on the other, the river just beyond that and the RR Tracks.