First Week of November

It has finally gone below 30F here in this area of NH which is close to the Atlantic Ocean. For me the pace slows down as I let all my hard work just be. I no longer stress about deadheading as the birds will devour and disperse the seeds naturally along with our winter winds.

So, with that said what will I do? I will actually keep taking long rides to each New England state and along with my cameras I will try to gather inspiration for artwork or for the gardens next spring.

#pophambeach #maine

This dog waited patiently as its owner tried over and over to catch a wave talk about a loyal companion.

#surfer barely seen in the crashing waves

The State of Maine had my attention this week but really the sea. I would have a horrible time being too far away from salt water.

Everyone was there to enjoy the sunshine and 50F weather.

Hope you are all doing well.

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      1. OH yes never have I gone in over my calves since then πŸ™‚ Cape Cod is crazy but MA, NH and Maine have all had great whites close to sure as we have gorgeous seals.

      2. Oh, the poor seals. When I was young we used to swim off the east coast of England and the seals would swim close and come and have a look at us! πŸ˜ƒ No sharks there thank goodness. But we had terrible jellyfish some years.

      3. Wow no sharks that would be wonderful but at times we get those jellyfish too maybe called man o war? We had t watch JT as she would pick up things that looked like balls I could through to her.

  1. Hi Eunice Love all your photo’s, that sea looks pretty rough, a bit like here when its windy. Nice that you are getting out taking more photo’s. Take care stay safe and be happy.

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