Tuesday, October 14, 2014

New England Towns


It's this time of year when
the "small towns"
of New England really strut their stuff.
The white-steeples and old brick town halls
lay a perfect back drop
for all the changing leaves.
This was my view on my drive to work this morning.
It's like living in a Norman Rockwell painting!






Joining Kathy for


13 comments:

  1. Hi Adrienne, Yes, it does look like a Norman Rockwell painting ... such beautiful autumn color!

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  2. Such beautiful, colorful photos - and such gorgeous contrast.

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  3. Nobody does "small towns" like New England! And you are right, tis the season for them to show what they've got...and brilliantly! Thanks for joining in at Song-ography.

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  4. So wonderfully charming! And the colours against the blue sky are amazing.

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  5. They are beautiful! Love the colors!

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  6. Hi Adrienne,
    Tamar posted about Concord, NH this morning. And now you show another New England small town. I lived in Maine as a child, and went to college there. Love it!

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  7. gorgeous images. sometimes I'm arrive later for work than normal because I stop and make images.

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  8. Fall in New England -- these photos make me yearn to visit! We were in Boston / Concord in October a few years ago and I LOVED being there!

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  9. Looks like a nice place for autumn walks!

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  10. Autumn really makes certain locations shine - New England especially. Love the rich color in these shots.

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  11. such a beautiful area to enjoy fall!!!

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