Photographs by Frank

24 September 2020

Yesterday’s Photos

Filed under: architecture,Early Fall,Landscapes,Monadnock Region — Frank @ 10:00 PM

I left the house yesterday morning about ten on a mission. I first headed to Littleton, MA to meet my friend (and stalwart commenter here) Joe.

Joe’s car was loaded with cameras… roughly four dozen. A friend of Joe’s had decided to down-size his collection of antique cameras and I was glad to facilitate their donation to the Vermont Center for Photography.

After transferring the cameras to my truck I headed directly to Brattleboro (where the VCP is located) to deliver the goods.

One the way back home, I made a couple of stops at favorite places to photograph in Marlborough and Harrisville. The late afternoon light was nice and, at least in some directions, there were interesting clouds.

I pulled into the driveway at six on the dot. It ’twas a successful day.

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Mount Monadnock - Early Foliage (with the camera obscura)
Mount Monadnock - Early Foliage (with the camera obscura)
Barn Windows
Barn Windows
Barn Window
Barn Window
Monadnock Mail
Monadnock Mail
Roadside Oddity #42
Roadside Oddity #42
Harrisville Mill Buildings
Harrisville Mill Buildings

1 Comment

  1. Aw, shucks! Ron was glad to see his collection move on to others – so, it was a win-win for all. Enjoyed the chance to do some catching up with you as well. However, that pizza place looked very tempting!

    Liked the mailbox and the mill. Have you ever been inside it? Good eye to catch the roadside oddity. They are out there, we just need to slow down to see them.

    Stay safe and stay sane. . .

    Stalwart commenter and friend, Joe

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 25 September 2020 @ 8:24 AM

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