Naturally Beautiful Moments: Week 4

My husband and I both are born and bred New Englanders. We moved to San Diego several years ago for his Naval career and have simply fallen in love with the West Coast. However, no place will ever be home quite like our native coast. I was so quiet on the blog this past week or so because we were on vacation in our old stomping grounds and basking in the natural beauty of New Hampshire and Boston. But, true to form, I couldn't help but snap pictures of those extra naturally beautiful moments

En route. Somewhere over Geogira

En route. Somewhere over Geogira

Alice has flown on the regular since she was a newborn,  but this is the first time she really understood what an adventure it was. She spent most of the flight, gazing out the window, quietly repeating "I on an airplane."

Alice has flown on the regular since she was a newborn,  but this is the first time she really understood what an adventure it was. She spent most of the flight, gazing out the window, quietly repeating "I on an airplane."

Moss covered anything is pretty. Anything.
Moss covered anything is pretty. Anything.
Doesn't everyone's family time look like this?

Doesn't everyone's family time look like this?

Garden exploration 

Garden exploration 

Foraging for wild blackberries

Foraging for wild blackberries

Blueberry camouflage 

Blueberry camouflage 

Almond milk lattes and beautiful old wood floors before hitting Boston

Almond milk lattes and beautiful old wood floors before hitting Boston

More moss. More beauty.

More moss. More beauty.

Zakim Bridge in Boston

Zakim Bridge in Boston

Swans, ducks, Weeping Willows, and blue skies.

Swans, ducks, Weeping Willows, and blue skies.

Making friends with the duck statues for Make Way For Duckling

Making friends with the duck statues for Make Way For Duckling

Twisted ash tree

Twisted ash tree

 

Boston Architecture 

Boston Architecture