Yesterday, I explored Doane’s Falls, a series of five waterfalls along a brook in Royalston, Massachusetts. It is part of the state parks system. Trails bring you along the falls and into hiking trails that eventually lead to a reservoir and dam. My wife and I had planned to explore some waterfalls when I returned from Central America last summer, but I came back to a drought. We’ve had some good spring rain to feed these falls.
Here is a B&W image I made while visiting Old Sturbridge Village in Central Massachusetts. Inside one of the buildings, it is interesting to imagine this was someone’s view back in the 1830s. Who were they? What were they thinking?
This is the other gallery of images that I made when we visited Old Sturbridge Village a couple of weeks ago. With warmer temperatures and some rain, the snow is quickly melting. We may finally get some spring image in a week or two.
Last weekend we went out to Old Sturbridge Village, a living history museum set in the 1830s. I made a series of images of doors there and thought I would show them today because there is a tradition of showing doors on Thursdays.
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A view of Hancock Shaker Farm made last month.
Previously, I’ve shown some views of Eel Pond in Woods Hole Massachusetts. If you want to get your boat in or out, you have to go through this drawbridge.
My friend Teri showed some Southwest wall art yesterday, so I decided I should show a bit of Boston wall art today. This is over near the Berklee School of Music. You can find Teri’s lovely work here: imagesbytdashfield.wordpress.com