There’s not much to do about the snow these days except shovel and laugh about it (until you cry). This winter has been almost comical with the steady weekly killer snow storms, with the entrance to this historic home long buried by a couple feet of snow. The rich orange of the building and the snowy wreath caught my eye as I was walking around the waterfront in the South End. Happy shoveling to all and enjoy your weekend!
2 thoughts on “The Wreath & The Snow”
phil……i want to go out and shoot with yu….
your work is such magic…i’ve said it before and will again.
i know portsmouth–have lived here since 84 and you make the ordinary scene so special–i have to think for 5 sec “Now where is that???”
i have a klunky tripod ,e tc but still want to meet up with you, please????
Hey Phil, great shot. Is this the Lear house? 🙂 We’ll have to schedule a time for you to shoot inside it soon. It’s less well-kept in some ways than the W-G, so it has loads of textures inside (peeling paint, old plaster, etc.).