Sundry Wonders features a weekly photo gallery and meditation, usually based on my walks. This summer was one for the books! A look back.
A summer for the books
After pandemic summers cooped up in my perch in Camberville, this summer was one for the books. I quit my job, got out of the country (finally!), moved in record-breaking heat (I would like to forget that), reconnected with my hometown, and spent time with family and dear friends. Saturday, I leave for the Balkans (where it will still be summer by northern New England standards), and so I thought that it would be good to look back on my summer.
Here are some of my favorite snaps from the summer! Let me know your favorite moment in the comments!
Sailboats from the Longfellow Bridge
The gate to Little Itall
I love this building, Montréal
The contrast of these two homes shows in the doors
Bold colored homes punctuate Le Plateau
Murals everywhere in Montréal
Try your hand at Skee Ball at Funspot!
Classic Truck at a Classic Drive-In
Getting ready for the movie to start
Weirs Beach Sign
Rockport and Motif #1 (the Red Barn)
Good Harbor Beach
My favorite beach. Good Harbor Beach, Gloucester, Massachusetts
Sunset on Lake Winnisquam
Views from Cathedral Ledge
End of the Day
Sun glinting as it fades
I love his little snoot