It’s the middle of March and far too cold outside so I went into the archive and pulled out this image from last Summer. It’s rare to have the Old Town House open its doors…let alone both of them. But that was the case on a very warm late June day during the 2012 Marblehead Festival of Arts. I had been at Old Town House to look at the photography works on this particular day when I noted the back doors were open. I walked out the back and down the stairs and was happy that my camera was […]
Though snow was due to fall in Marblehead this weekend, I was away at a conference and thus could not photography the aftermath (or help shovel out our driveway). Instead, I decided to post this image from the Blizzard of 2013 in advance hoping that the weekend storm would pale in comparison. As I mentioned before, I couldn’t wait until the driving ban was lifted after the snow finished falling and set out for Old Town when the clock struck 4pm. This was one of my first stops. The roads were mostly cleared and I looked for ways to […]
In July 2012, I took my son to visit the GAR museum on the second floor of the Old Town House. It was a particularly warm day and the door leading out to the fire escape was propped open to let in whatever breeze might come. I took a quick peak out there and was thrilled with the view. The Festival of Art decorations still draped the windows and I took this image to capture the feel of a warm Summer day in Old Town.
It seems like forever since we had just the right amount and type of snow (not to mention the timing of the fall). This image from the morning of December 30th followed such a perfect snow storm. The snow proved just wet enough to stick to trees and the wind died down to keep it there. The snowfall amount wasn’t excessive so that large piles didn’t push onto the sidewalks and the salt was kept to a minimum. It was in such perfect conditions that I […]