Photo Blogging Challenge – Water

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The theme for the October photo blogging challenge was “Water”.

My Father-in-law retired last year as an Engineer working for the MA Water Department. My brother-in-law is currently an Engineer for the MA Water Department. The family joke is that my Father-in-law is never lost when we’re traveling somewhere – he’s just looking for water towers. (I can attest to this happening on a trip to France.) The theme of  “water” for this month made me smile, since it’s a big part of my in-laws working lives.

The first photo is from a trip to Minneapolis, MN early this month.

14440681_909275477944_3391418205926366570_nMinnehaha Falls

On Columbus Day Weekend, 15 of my husband’s family members headed for a house in New Hampshire to have a fun weekend of leaf peeping.

img_20161008_103936686_hdrLake behind our rental house in Madison, NH 

Now back to local to MA photos.

img_20161020_124021866Chinatown Boston, MA

img_20161027_165118447Boston Public Garden

img_20161011_164736112_hdrChinese Brush Paintings by George Huiyi Wang on exhibit at the Thomas Crane Library in Quincy

I hope you enjoyed my water views!

This monthly photo blogging challenge is facilitated by PJ of the Northeast Bloggers Network.

Thanks for inspiring me to take more photos!

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11 thoughts on “Photo Blogging Challenge – Water

  1. LOVE the Indian Summer in the New England States!
    Looks like you had a nice weekend in NH.
    Quincy, is that at Faneuil Hall (or the other way round?) that indoor market where you can get a bread bowl filled with clam chouder?

  2. The falls look so beautiful and you took such a great picture of them. I think my favorite overall of your collection is your picture of the Chinese Brush Paintings. It is wonderful!

  3. The name of that waterfall made me smile…I wonder what it means in English? Your photo of the fall colours across the lake should be on the website advertising that rental house, I think. Maybe you can barter your photo for a discount on your next trip? And I love the creative thinking that prompted you to include a photo of Chinese brush paintings of waterfalls in your photo set!

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