Spring in New England is a time of long-awaited, colorful blooms in gardens at our homes and at the many botanical gardens that grace this region. Gina Di Cicco Marino‘s beautiful photographs showcase the blossoms and garden architecture that greet her each spring in Massachusetts.
The signs of fall return each year as we look back at spring and summer and prepare for winter in New England. Ann B. Day shares some of these signs in her beautiful photographs—the frost on the rhododendron, the wood pile stacked in preparation for winter heating, and the changing color of the trees.
Bernard, Maine, is a fishing village located on the southwestern part of Mount Desert Island. Martha Andrews Donovan captures the magic of Maine—its light, textures, and colors—in her beautiful photographs.
Home to America’s oldest seaport, Gloucester, Massachusetts attracts photographers to its light-filled shores. David Thomas captures the special colors and textures of autumn in his beautiful photographs of land, sea, and sky in Gloucester.
New England includes a number of islands off its shores, where some of the best summer vacation memories are made. Kristina England shares some of the sights on Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts in her beautiful and colorful photography.
Spring in New England brings us the tradition of maple sugaring, and maple syrup to our tables. Karen Hope captures that tradition in her striking collage of photographs taken at Woodward’s Sugar House in New Hampshire. She also shares images of farm animals, barn boards, and a weathered gate that all say “at home in New England.”