1. Seattle’s Great Wheel

    Seattle’s Great Wheel

     

    seattle ferris wheel waterlogue 

  2. Lion

    Lion

     

    waterlogue 

  3. Bath Covered Bridge, Bath, New Hampshire

    Bath Covered Bridge, Bath, New Hampshire

     

    new hampshire covered bridge 

  4. South Station Ceiling, Boston, MA

    South Station Ceiling, Boston, MA

     

    boston 

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    carolyanncreative:

    Edgell Bridge in Lyme, NH

    Tucked away, down a few dirt roads, past a few dairy farms, sugaries… you’ll find this beautiful bridge spanning Clay Brook in Lyme, NH. Constructed in 1885, “the bridge was built by Walter Piper when he was only eighteen years old. It was assembled on the town common and moved by oxcart to the planned location. In 1936, it washed off its northern abutment. It was moved back, and tied down with cables. State bridge maintenance crews repaired the abutments, put in a new floor, and trued up the structure in 1971 at a cost of $23,829. On the night of February 21, 1982 the roof collapsed from a heavy load of snow. In July 1982, it was repaired at a cost of $30,000. The Edgell Bridge is considered eligible for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.” -www.nh.gov/nhdhr/bridges/p49.html

    www.coveredbridgemap.com/nh/

     
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    actegratuit:

The Sleeper On The Sea Bottom
2012
Luca Cervini

    actegratuit:

    The Sleeper On The Sea Bottom

    2012

    Luca Cervini

    (via treets)

     
  7. The grave sites of New Hampshire’s signers of the Declaration of Independence - Josiah Bartlett, William Whipple and Matthew Thornton.

    Happy Independence Day! 

     

    new hampshire nh independence day flags graves 

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    Portland Head Light [infrared] on Flickr.Cape Elizabeth, Maine

    Portland Head Light [infrared] on Flickr.

    Cape Elizabeth, Maine

     
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    Portland Head Light on Flickr.
     
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