The house at the top is 57 Moses Lane. It's a classic four-square with little nuances making it unique unto itself. I love the porch that wraps two sides and the assymmetrical second story windows, as well as the third story dormer with a pair of little square windows and the fact that its clad with shingles contrasting the clapboard on the rest of the house. It's predominant white & black color scheme make it a perfect photo on a snowy day.
This is the accessory structure to 405 Hill Street. I'm not sure if it is an old structure formerly associated with the Post family or not. Regardless of its age, I love its plainness and simplicity and yet it isn't generic in the least. Coupled with the snow and grey daylight it too is a beautiful sight.
An exterior light fixture draped with snow at the Guberman property on Harvest Lane. Mounted on the outside trim of a recessed doorway and framed by the painted shingle cladding, the snow, textures, and contrasts make a nice combination.
A window of a Harvest Lane cottage. This property has a beautiful cherry tree, now lined with snow and framing the view of the shutter clad window with quaint clover cut-out.
While this post hasn't been packed with historical information, a trendy review, or news of current happennings, I couldn't help but admire the beauty of the snows creations.........before the salt and plows begin the transformation.