Deciding whether or not I should return to my college campus.
When you break it down, progress is about curiosity, asking why, and finding answers.
With a new bike comes a new desire to explore.
We went on a quick trip to Franconia Notch (and North Conway), NH, this weekend, an area Alexa hadn’t been since she was a little kid and I hadn’t been in…a few months. Foliage hadn’t kicked in yet, but still a beautiful place nonetheless.
I follow my three young tour guides, struggling to keep up on foot behind their bikes. They navigate the campus with ease, occasionally jumping over a fallen branch or piece of trash. We’re on our way to the old infirmary, or the “X” building as David, the apparent group leader, calls it. He’s about sixteen…
Photographs are all around us. From advertisements, to Facebook, to pictures on restaurant menus, we live in a world painted in the color of images. The art of taking a still image is something that deserves to be learned beyond those with dreams of working in photography. Pictures are visual memories, and with the scope…
A tour of El Galeon…and a few Portland breweries.
This past Saturday I got a unique view of Amesbury’s past.
Warm weather abound.
Photos of a quick spring trip to Rockport, MA.
Had to take advantage of the recent nice weather to explore Maudslay State Park in Newburyport, MA.
Last night I stumbled onto the coolest little center for knowledge I’ve ever seen: The LittleFreeLibrary.