Occasionally, while out exploring history and hunting legends, we at New England Oddities do get an opportunity to stop and smell the flowers!  These are the results: a celebration of New England in the Summer.

Happy Labor Day, everyone!

Photography by Chris Kwarciany:


Photography by Katie Harper:


A New England Summer
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2 thoughts on “A New England Summer

  • Tuesday, September 8, 2009 at 11:39 am
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    Very nice pictures

  • Wednesday, December 30, 2015 at 2:23 am
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    I’m SO excited to see the start of Tennille & Chris’ pitruecs and can’t wait to see more now that you’ve teased us with some great shots! There’s something unique and special about each of the shots on the blog so far WONDERFUL work and what a great memory of a fantastic day! Thanks for taking the time to capture every moment of that special day for Tennille & Chris and for all their family and friends. Maybe you can capture my own children’s weddings someday

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