Photographs by Frank

6 December 2020

Friday Dozen

Filed under: Uncategorized — Frank @ 10:00 PM

Friday morning I visited my friends Joe and Diana in Laconia.

I took an indirect route home and stopped to photograph in East Andover and at Potter Place (a historic rail station) in Andover with the following results:

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Church Steeple (East Andover, NH)
Church Steeple (East Andover, NH)
Grange Hall (East Andover) #1
Grange Hall (East Andover) #1
Grange Hall (East Andover) #1
Grange Hall (East Andover) #1
Untitled (East Andover, NH)
Untitled (East Andover, NH)
Hand Truck (Potter Place)
Hand Truck (Potter Place)
Potter Place Depot
Potter Place Depot
Untitled #1 (Potter Place)
Untitled #1 (Potter Place)
Untitled #2 (Potter Place)
Untitled #2 (Potter Place)
Wood God (Potter Place)
Wood God (Potter Place)
Wood Stove (Potter Place)
Wood Stove (Potter Place)
Box Car Detail (Potter Place)
Box Car Detail (Potter Place)
Boston and Maine (Potter Place)
Boston and Maine (Potter Place)

1 Comment

  1. Good variety of captures on your trek. especially liked those from the train station. I spent a morning at UMASS Dartmouth to photograph the architecture. I was NOT prepared for what was built. It was like Boston City Hall on steroids! I guess they call the style, “Brutalism!” Every building around the grassy interior was formed with the same mold. I did get some interesting tight shots. Bridgewater State has a much better variety of architecture. I’ll head there one of these days.

    Comment by Joe Kennedy — 7 December 2020 @ 8:17 AM

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