Back in the summer when I was 18, my parents were really cramping my style. I couldn’t wait to cut the apron strings and head off to college.
Richard Binns planted these pollinator-friendly plants on a steep bank behind Second Baptist Church last spring.
This tobacco shed off Hill Street rests quietly after a fresh snowfall.
When we were growing up, my best friend and I liked to channel our inner primate by heading for the trees. We’d spend lazy afternoons climbing towering white pines with all their branches about to give way.
December Snow Day
A flock of wild turkeys forage in a Bridge Street yard on November 10.
These wintry days I am dreaming of the ocean. Days with my feet in the sand listening to the lapping of waves and casting my eyes on that big expanse of ocean until it merges with the sky.
Picturesque winter landscape
Photo by Joan Heffernan