Sunday, March 27, 2011

knock knock

I've spent the past several days driving along the New Hampshire & Maine coast. So much to see, so little time. But something has caught my eye: the abundance of charming doors.

I love doors.

Different colors. Different textures. Different sizes. Different shapes. Doors that face unusual directions. Love 'em.

Here are a few in particular that I captured on film.

Saturday, March 26, 2011

at the park with aidan

More New England vacay shots ....

This morning we [briefly! brrrr] visited a park in Portsmouth, NH. My sweet nephew Aidan has been as patient as a five-year-old can be--actually more so--while we've dragged him all over New Hampshire and Maine over the past three days. So today was his day. We asked him what he wanted to do, and "the park" was his answer.

Did I mention it was freezing? Literally.

So here are some images of Aidan ... running, climbing, sliding, rocking, and generally completely oblivious to the frigid temperatures and brutal wind.

Me, stalking Aidan with my camera:

Friday, March 25, 2011

st. peter's episcopal church by the sea ~ maine

Drove along a scenic road in Cape Neddick, Maine today and stopped to snap some photos of this inspiring church.

Thursday, March 24, 2011

snow in march

Two days ago I left behind 80+ degree temperatures in Texas, and arrived in snowy New Hampshire. At the risk of stating the obvious, it's wild how different the spring is in opposite ends of the country. In the Lone Star State, we're welcoming wildflowers. In New England, they're welcoming the big melt. Nuts.

Yesterday we drove up the New Hampshire coast and into Maine. It was cold and windy, but typically scenic.