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    • Melodye Shore

      Thanks for stopping by to share these adventures with me. 🙂

      We definitely don’t see snow in sunny SoCal, so this was a special treat. Fat, whisper-white flakes, falling around my shoulders–a magical moment, maybe in part because I know I won’t be shoveling my driveway all winter.

    • Melodye Shore

      Seasonal colors, reflected on water. Is there anything more beautiful? I think not. Mother Nature has a flair for colors like no other.

      But snow…already?!? I hope you don’t have an overlong, uber-cold winter!

    • Melodye Shore

      There aren’t sufficient words to describe the wonders, warmth and beauty I experienced in New England. Thank you for sharing your world with me, Jeannine.

  1. Terri Coppersmith

    Such gorgeous photos. I so love fall and the upwelling of vibrant colors. And that little bookstore! It would be such fun to spend time there. Thank you for sharing!

    • Melodye Shore

      Oh Terri, you would’ve loved browsing The Barrow Bookstore. So charming, and quintessential New England. The owners are wonderful, and the bookshelves…a girl could get lost in their offerings!

    • Melodye Shore

      So glad to share it with you, Oritte! Jeannine and I were awestruck by the autumn sunlight. It slanted through the trees just so, setting some leaves afire and bathing others in its afterglow. Words fail–you have to see/experience New England’s autumn magic.

    • Melodye Shore

      Awww, thanks, Carol. I’m looking for signs of fall, here in sunny Southern California, but most of them are subtle. Wondering: How does autumn present itself where you are?

    • Melodye Shore

      Ah, we are kindred spirits! It captured my attention, too. I didn’t have time to tour the Olde Manse, but I’ll definitely plan for that on a future visit.

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