Came across this interesting set of stickers on the rear of a car parked at the Jefferson Valley Mall. I guess Harry Potter must be in town.
Taken with an iphone 5s.
Taken during a July 4th cruise in 2007. Looking at it now I’m intrigued by the name of the boat: MI JO II. It reminds me a bit of one of my favorite compact cameras: The Olympus mju-ii/stylus epic, which wasn’t used to take this picture. Rather it was taken with a Canon Powershot S-50 – one of the few cameras that I no longer have (see: Gone but not forgotten).
I don’t take a lot of pictures of furniture, but this one caught my attention for some reason.
It was taken inside Whitby Castle, originally the home of William P. Chapman and named after Whitby Abbey in England because it is said that some of the original stones from the Abbey are now encased in the walls of the castle. In 1896 it was sold to the Park family who in 1921 sold it to the City of Rye who combined it with the Allen estate and it became Rye country club. It has a chapel built upstairs which has a unique stained glass window.
I’ve already done a few posts on Whitby Castle:
Taken with a Sony RX-100 M3.