Ceramic Sculptures
Road Trip New Brunswick & Maine
Traveling through New Brunswick and Maine during the summer of 2019.
Quebec City
The architecture of Quebec City is characterized by its being one of North America's oldest cities, founded in 1608. The original French settlers in the area built in an architectural style similar to the French style.
A walk through the mountain top town of Montserrat.
Cog Railway on Mount Washington
The cog railway trip to the summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountain National Forest of New Hampshire. On a summer day the temperature was 46 degrees Fahrenheit and felt like 41, 8 Celsius felt like 5.
Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada
Portrait of Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia, Canada
Rockport, Massachusetts in Winter
Rockport, Massachusetts photographed in the frigid cold of winter.
Feast of the Three Saints Torchlight Parade
The Saturday evening torchlight parade honors the martyred saints and mirrors the Sicilian feast where devotees visit the shrine in Trecastagni on Mount Etna carrying heavy votive candles. In Lawrence, the Society members carry their sulfuric torches from 3 different directions to meet at the wide intersection of Common and Newbury streets. Here, as well as all along their route, they shout their devotion to the saints: Con tutto cuore! (With all our hearts!) Con vero fede! (With true faith!) It has been a tradition in the city of Lawrence since 1923. Click on first photo to enlarge.
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