Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Out and About






















































14 comments:

  1. Some months ago I switched up my regular homepage, a news site of international renown, for SALT WATER NEW ENGLAND. The difference between starting my day with images of this kind of beauty, as opposed to yet another depressing headline, has been striking. Thank you, Muffy, for the great gift of this open window.

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    1. Mr. Rowe, I couldn't agree more!

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    2. Yes. This is the very first site I visit each morning, in order to start my day in a pleasant, civilized way ... "WRM" - What Really Matters! Despite any personal problems I may be battling, SALT WATER NEW ENGLAND always reminds me that I am blessed to live in a very special corner of the nation, and gratitude floods in.

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    3. Michael, well said. cheers

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  2. Yes, indeed, these are always such a treat. I especially loved the deer peeking out from the trees.

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  3. Cheers to Michael Rowe, who always seems to say it best! These are truly stunning photos. Thank you.

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    1. Absolutely! Agree.. Thank you.

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  4. I particularly like the “Please leave daffodils” photo. Sweet! Thanks, Muffy.

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    1. Brain freeze. I meant "Please leave jars" in the daffodils' photo. Cute!

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    2. I understood perfectly, but my strange brain works in Morse code translator... Could you imagine cleaning out ALL the empties from the pantry, doing a drive by jar dumping?

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  5. This post brought to mind lines from Frost's 'Two Tramps in Mud Time':
    You know how it is with an April day
    When the sun is out and the wind is still,
    You're one month on in the middle of May.

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  6. I agree with Michael Rowe too. Your site is a gift to your readers Muffy. Many thanks for continuing this blog and for reopening comments.
    N from VA

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  7. Love seeing the wonderful photos of Essex - it is a very special place!

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  8. The character of the Talbots building does it so much more justice than stores located in strip malls. Also, I love the outcropping of rock in the landscape of one of the houses. New England charm...you capture it so well!

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