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One of the Saturday photo themes is #BenchSaturday and here are a few of my picks.
I took this photo at the November Bluegrass Jam at Dunn State Park in Gardner, MA. In the afternoon the sun was low in the sky and I liked the lighting of this bench. The park is wonderful as well as the folks that I have the pleasure of playing music with.
I take a morning walk in New Ipswich which takes me along Taylor Road. I took this photo of a bench by the Souhegan River. This photo has been filtered but it makes me think of summer.
One of the gems of the Monadnock Region is Cathedral of the Pines located in Rindge, NH. I’ve visited this many times. Originally this cathedral was under a canopy of pines as its name suggests, In 2008 that all changed when we experienced a catastrophic ice storm. After an extensive cleanup this is the way it looks now.
When I visit my cousin in Bell Island in Norwalk, CT I always walk over to Rocky Point which juts out into the Long Island Sound. From this vantage point the New York skyline was visible. When the towers fell on September 11, 2001 the smoke could be seen.
Another shot at Rocky Point rendered in Sepia