Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Behind the Scenes!

This is Lyme, New Hampshire, a town along the Connecticut River—which is the border with Vermont. In the background is one end of a building of 27 stalls for horses and carriages. It continues on for a long way! The stalls are no longer used, but a remnant of past times when the church goers arrived in this fashion. On the right is a church of the early Victorian era, and on the left of the curve sits a home built in the late Victorian era. And on the roadway is a car of my own style, indeterminate era.

This is part of our DRAW-NH!series. We drove along the Connecticut River, and stopped to draw at Bath, Woodsville, Haverhill, Orford, and Lyme. It was a great day.

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