Mt. Rainier and Lenticular Clouds - Dec. 2008 copyright: JMM

February 10, 2012

A Spin Around the 'Hood

I love our neighbourhood.  So much to see and shoot!

I had to trespass down someone's driveway, past their house, to shoot this sign on the garage.   I admit to having a 'sense of entitlement' when it comes to shooting a photo I really want, even if it's on private property.

I was distressed that I was completely unprepared to capture this rabbit, which is clearly not wild.  I was on foot, with Pepper, several blocks from home and my car.  This was also taken a day or so before Sagan arrived and I knew that it would be impossible for us to foster a rabbit with a German shepherd in the house. 

I will never tire of this buoy look.  It's so quintessentially Cape Cod/New England.

I love this intersection.  I mean what are the odds that 2 streets named Washington, where I moved from, and Bourne, where I moved to, would intersect?

There were 4 seagulls but 2 flew off before I could get this shot.

You would think the town would want to clear off these wires and that giant nest.


This is the Christian Science Church in our neighbourhood, a few streets over from my house.  It's the cutest building with great diamond pane windows.

Reflection of the winter sky and tree.





4 comments:

  1. Hope the bunny found its way home.

    Years and years ago I opened my bedroom curtains to see a bunch of little bunnies at the top of my garden. They disappeared back through the fence, and I never found out where they'd come from.

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  2. You always take such lovely pictures!

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  3. As it turns out, the bunny was at his own home! We took another walk and I was telling Russell about the rabbit and there he was! But from that angle I could see his hutch, and he was hanging out in the front yard w/ the family cat. I guess he's totally OK being on his own in the front yard.

    Thanks Diane!

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  4. LOVE the pictures of the windows!! Not sure why I have a fascination with widows an doors, but I do!!

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