Capturing Summer

I’m in a bit of a panic. I’ve started to notice that the sun is setting earlier, and I don’t want to even think of a time when it won’t be summer. There’s so much we want to do; a weekend on Martha’s Vineyard, another trip to North Fork Long Island wine country, nights on Spectacle Island, and endless hours of boating. I know there’s still time; I just hate the feeling that summer is slipping away after I so look forward to it all year. I can’t even believe the Tour de France is already over!

To keep in the moment, I’ve been taking tons of pictures to capture everything I love about summer. It’s been a great one so far; I look forward to savoring every second!

Make way for ducklings {Make way for ducklings, the Boston Public Garden}

Boston Public Garden {Boston Public Garden}

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA {Swan Pond, Boston Public Garden}

swans in Boston  {Swan Pond, Boston Public Garden}

swan boats {Swan Boats and nesting swan}

Taking the swan boats with my niece and nephew was a highlight of my summer so far. They loved it!

Boston Public Garden {Boston Public Garden}

Nantasket Beach {Nantasket Beach}

Nantasket Beach is a great option and so close to Boston. The sand is soft, there are very few rocks and shells, and the water is clear. If you don’t feel like driving far from Boston

Hingham Lobster Pound {Hingham Lobster Pound lunch, overlooking the water in Hingham}

fried clams {Fried Clams from Hingham Lobster Pound}

lobster sandwich from Hingham Lobster Pound {Lobster salad sandwich, Hingham Lobster Pound}

hydrangeas{Hydrangeas, one of my absolute favorite parts of summer in New England}

hydrangeas  rum punch {Rum punch cocktail at Nantasket Beach Hotel}

summer tomatoes

{Cocktail tomatoes . . . is there anything better than the abundance of produce in summer?!}

How’s your summer going?

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