Went to one of those antique shops in Essex, and I found this poor thing on the side of the driveway. Yes, it is for sale.
More of my favorite swimming hole.
Okay, how about this? So, I’m driving along Route 110 in Lowell and Dracut. If you’re into comics, this is the stretch for you.
Don’t worry. He’s chained down…
This is another drive-by picture shooting. This is another sight on my ride to-and-from work.
In mid-summer, the Congregational Church in Topsfield Common catches the morning sunlight quite nicely.
One of my favorite places in the world is right down the street from me. After a long hot Summer day at work, there’s not much better than taking a swim at Juniper Cove at high tide. It can be quiet and peaceful, or it can be full of neighbors. It’s always refreshing.
One of the gems in the cove is a boat, the Rum Shark, owned by a local. My goal was to swim out to it, and take pictures at a low angle, hopefully catching some low angle sunlight for a golden or reddish effect. By getting low, the rich blue of the water takes over the image.
The Rum Shark has a tender called the Pilot Fish.
I also tried to get a photo of the opening of Juniper Cove to get a view of the horizon and Marblehead. My neighbor, Bill, kept getting in the way.
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