Daily Hampshire Gazette - Established 1786
M/clear
63°
M/clear
Hi 71° | Lo 59°

Photo Gallery: New season, old friends

  • Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend.

    Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend.

    Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend.

    Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend. Purchase photo reprints »

  • Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend.
  • Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend.
  • Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend.

Driving along the area’s back roads recently, I was struck by the change of seasons and the plethora of photo opportunities the warm weather brings. I love spring and the sights of people raking their lawns or planting in their gardens — it’s like seeing old friends who have been away on a long trip. When I spotted Caleb Mackey working on the side wall of the Whately Town Hall, I almost kept driving — I’ve captured that scene with my lens countless times. But then I saw it from a new angle and discovered a new way to acknowledge an old friend.

— Carol Lollis

There are no comments yet. Be the first!
Post a Comment

You must be registered to comment on stories. Click here to register.