The Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary is located in Topsfield and Wenham Massachusetts. The Rockery Trail belonged to an arboretum donated by the owner Thomas Emerson Proctor. The Sanctuary is currently managed by the Massachusetts Audubon Society who removed some of the non-native species of trees, However along the Rockery Trail I noticed some unusual trees and shrubs which managed to survive.
Good morning, today’s photo theme features paths and walkways and this photo was taken in New Ipswich, NH on a warm September day. Something to take my mind off the chore of clearing my driveway and cars of a few inches of snow.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, I hope you had a joyful Festivus celebration last night. The warm weather continues in the Northeast so I’ve collected a few photos from the archives which are a bit more appropriate for the season.
Good Morning, we got a dose of reality this weekend when the temperatures dropped below freezing. Normally in New Ipswich a hard frost would have occurred in late September. But it was a great weekend for photographs.
After seeing Emily’s post I felt inspired to check out the road myself. Once again I’m reminded that New Ipswich is really beautiful in the Fall. No need to drive up to the White Mountains. It is all local for us.
Living the rural life in New Ipswich
A view of the Souhegan River from Taylor Road in Smithville, New Ipswich.