The North Fork of Long Island has water views, marinas full of boats and wine vineyards planted where potatoes fields used to be. But, I didn’t take pictures of those places. Somehow, I’m drawn to where people live and took these while walking around neighborhoods early in the morning.
Oh, those are great. The first one is absolutely marvelous. I’d move there. helen
You have reminding me of days gone by, really miss going over there. Maybe someday we can get there for a long weekend and see what the old neighborhood is like. To me the hamptons were a family area, now I have heard, it is all summer people and big houses.
Ahhhh, it looks so cool and green and lush there. Love the beautiful allee of big trees. I’m dying of envy. We’re burning up here in Texas and praying for rain. Wish I could vacate to Long Island for a month or two ;).
I also love houses, house shapes, porches, doors and pathways. Your pictures are so nice and I thank you for sharing them.
Me too on that first place – I’ll move there! The more photos you post, the more I know I would love New England and resolve to visit there someday if not move there! Georgia is so hot and humid so much of the year. I think I was meant for the weather up there.
What an interesting post. When I had visited England years ago, the doorways fasicinated me, as well as the little gardens they had in back. Another subject…I have been to Long Island but never saw this side, nice job Sally, I love your work