Last October, as we were driving through the Concord area of Massachusetts, we stumbled onto a bucolic town called Lincoln. Lincoln is only 20 to 30 miles away from the city of Boston, but it was pure countryside, with rolling green hills, farms, winding roads through tunnels of trees, and gorgeous, old colonial homes. I had to stop on this particular road to take photos because not only did it have some stunning fall color, but it also encompassed an old graveyard. I am an old graveyard fanatic, and the combo of the autumn trees, countryside, and centuries old graves was too irresistible.
The next picture was not taken in Lincoln, but instead in Salem, Massachusetts. Since it falls into the category of forgotten autumn photos, though, I thought I add it to the mix.
The arch of the former armory building in Salem.
Thanks for indulging my posting of past season photos. I will probably be doing this again, as I have plenty of photos from Cape Cod and Bar Harbor this summer that I haven't even touched yet.
Hope you all are having a wonderful start to 2013. So far, 2013 has been kind to me. I feel full of hope and excitement for what lies ahead, and I am grateful for my family and grateful for a layer of snow on the ground that has created a magical feeling to the world around me.