kennedy memorial, barnstable, massachusetts. there is no cape cod without JFK, that’s for sure. i was exploring after work – how could i go home when it’s sunshiney? – and found this memorial. this is a view from the back.
i’m not sure if i took a single picture in november. shameful! i took this picture on cape cod this week, where i visited for a job interview. i said i would love to live there for many reasons, partly because it’s just so darn pretty outside. (i didn’t say that, exactly, don’t worry.) they said well, it’s actually mostly gloomy this time of year. so afterwards i went hunting for this photo – a gray day doesn’t mean it’s any less beautiful. i love the layers of color.
Hello there, long lost WP friends! Talk about falling off the wagon there. I have a whole virtual stack of photos from traveling in Europe to still share with you, including trips to the Azores and France. I’m doing some local traveling related to the job search this month, but hopefully I can work on those posts in my downtime.
This photo was taken on a trip to Groton on Memorial Day weekend and has been waiting in the hopper ever since, poor thing. I miss summer but I’m excited about cider donuts and sweater weather, too. 🙂
uconn horses, storrs, connecticut. how have i not shared pictures of our horses yet! these little guys are so friendly, i love visiting them after class on my drive home. about 80 horses currently live at lorentzen stables on campus.
honey island swamp, slidell, louisiana. pearl river eco tours took us out on a small boat to experience life in a louisiana wetland. it was stunningly beautiful and quiet, with spanish moss hanging from the trees and glassy water. bald cypress and tupelo gum trees lined the water, and it actually smelled delicious. (go figure.)