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WTSB : Together

6 Mar

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words to shoot by is back! we’re on our second word of the year: together. i shot these in a beautiful old church in Beacon Hill on friday night a couple weeks ago. we joined a couple friends at that church for a concert featuring an experimental cello quartet and a couple other string ensambles. i had only brought my camera on a whim, since i rarely shoot at night, but i’m lucky i did.

lobster pound

27 Feb

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It seemed a bit too touristy to me at first, but look at his face… how could I deny that (& the goofy bib!). Lobsters at the Trenton Bridge Lobster Pound was indeed a highlight of the Bar Harbor trip.

jordan pond

15 Feb

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october 2012 | jordan pond | acadia national park, bar harbor maine

at the foot of the north bubble and around jordan pond runs a beautiful little trail with beaver nawed trees.

north bubble

15 Feb

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october 2012 | acadia national park, bar harbor maine.

on our second day in acadia national park we hiked the North Bubble, which is a pint-sized mountain at the northern side of Jordan pond. i had no idea what, if any view was in store but man was i pleased when i saw the entire pond and out onto the gulf of maine.

cabin in the woods

6 Feb

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bar harbor maine, october 2012

Wish I was there right now…our little (rental) cabin in the woods of Maine that is. I’m pretty certain this was one of the most relaxing vacations we’ve had yet. The mister and I got up to the cabin just before sundown. We poured big glasses of red wine, piled on cozy sweaters and waited for the sunset in the adirondack chairs on the back porch. I think about that hour more times than I care to admit these days.

the road to bar harbor

17 Jan

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On our way up to bar harbor we decided to the take the slow winding road up the coast, stopping in as many tiny fishing towns as we could. We watched the sunrise over the Rockland harbor then meandered up to Camden, Castine and Belfast. Most of these shots are from Belfast.

wtsb : cheer

10 Dec

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life has been at light speed the past couple weeks, and i missed posting the latest Words. Our word was cheer, to celebrate the season and another successful year of Words to Shoot By. I stumbled upon an overly cheerful (read: drunken) scene in harvard square a couple wknds back. the Yulefest 5K had just ended and its participants were in refreshing themselves and enjoying one hell of a dance party; it’s was pretty entertaining. coincidentally i saw that same elf (last shot) in full costume leaving the Cambridge 5K this past sunday, serial holiday 5k’er?

Cheer will be our final post for the year and the project will go on a short hiatus while everyone enjoys the holidays. we’ll be back in the new year, can’t wait.

WTSB : thankful

20 Nov

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the latest words to shoot by is up! our word was thankful. i have much to be thankful for but the thing that i most savor this time of year is a feast with friends. we shared a mid-afternoon nosh with our good friends at a restaurant is called eventide oyster company in portland, maine. the food, drinks, and late afternoon sunlight at eventide are spectacular. the fried oyster bun (second to last shot) was my favorite!

point judith RI

13 Nov

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yesterday’s warm weather got me thinking about an late summer trip we took to point judith RI. the weather was just like yesterdays, warm & breezy. we were looking to cruise the coast and maybe stop into the matunuck oyster bar. the bar was jammed when we drove up so we decided to find out seasfood fix down the road a bit. we stumbled upon what i believe to be the best fried fish shack in new england….champlin’s. they had out of this world clam cakes and served their fried fish with little red potatoes rather than the standard french fries. i wandered the docks below the balcony, snapped these pics, as eric waited on our food.

cranberry bog 35mm

13 Nov

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so i think i figured out my fuzzy photo issue, and perfect timing because i adore how this series of 35mm shots turned out from the cranberry bogs in carver. i feel successful in searching out the textures and colors of fall, that aren’t bright red leaves or a pile of pumpkins. don’t get me wrong i love those things too, but i wanted the moodier side of the season that’s lesser seen.

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