Through my Lens
Prescott Farm’s Pretties
Prescott Farm in Laconia, NH
Spending the summer with friends at https://prescottfarm.org/ .
The Prescott Farm Environmental Education Center in Laconia is dedicated to environmental education and hosts programs and events to teach us how to connect with our natural surroundings. It’s off the beaten path but not far from…
Apartments across from Mill No.5 in Lowell, Mass.
Lawrence Manufacturing ghost sign at UMass Lowell.
Save Mor ghost sign in Lowell, Mass.
Summer Flowers on a lamppost in Lowell, Mass.
Gatehouse along the canal in Lowell, Mass.
Over the summer I spent a sunny afternoon in Lowell, Massachusetts taking in…
Leaving the Nest
Where did the summer go?
It’s already August and it feels like the Summer just started. The baby birds have left the nest (both figuratively and literally)
At the beginning of the summer, we put up a new birdhouse and were so excited that a family moved in so quickly.…
What’s a New England Meeting House?
My town in New Hampshire was established in 1746 and in the center of town there are several original buildings. My favorite is what was originally my town’s ‘Meeting House’.
In colonial days, a Meeting House played a significant role in the community and was often one of the first…
Farmhouse Style without ‘Demo Day’
Do you love that Farmhouse style like Fixer Upper but don’t know how to pull it off without ‘demo day’? There a few simple changes you can make to achieve the same fresh, cozy and relaxing look
1. Pick colors that bring nature indoors. Decorate with natural colors that mirror…
Industrial Chic in the Northeast
Clocktower Mi Nashua, NH
Boott Cotton Mill Lowell, MA
I don’t live far from Lowell, Massachusetts and Manchester, New Hampshire; both mid-sized cities with historical significance far outweighing their size. These places housed some of the first and largest textile mills from the beginning of the Industrial Revolution.…
Why are Barns Red?
As a young girl in Indiana, cornfields, cows and barns were part of the regular landscape for me. Even today living thousands of miles from my hometown, this Hoosier girl loves to photograph rural American scenes with wide-open fields, fences and animals. Something about the rural landscape takes me back…specifically…