Tuesday, September 17, 2013

Borderland: Ames Estate

On Sunday, EmFish and I decided to have another adventure. We drove down to Borderland State Park in Sharon to explore. It's a huge state park that used to be a private family estate. We just wandered around the manor house. 
It was a perfect early fall afternoon and it was so amazing to see lingering signs of summer and early signs of a full New England fall.   
The branches and trunks on the trees were amazing; all twisted and knotted. We were amazed at how tangled up they were!
A beautiful way to kick off fall and a new season of Sunday adventure days. I totally want to go back and explore more of the grounds!

12 thoughts on the matter:

Dara @ Not In Jersey said... {Reply}

I love houses like that!

Heather{Our Life In a Click} said... {Reply}

Oh how gorgeous!! You got some really great shots!

Gina @ Kleinworth & Co. said... {Reply}

Oh what a beautiful place!!!! LOVE!

Kim Cunningham said... {Reply}

Lovely place to explore on an early autumn weekend. You always find the best places!

Pieni Lintu said... {Reply}

Looks lovely!!

Nancy said... {Reply}

To go back when the leaves are changing would be awesome. Lovely shots Tamar. :)

Renae of Simple Sequins said... {Reply}

Nicely done Tamar! I particularly loved the b&w tree branches.

Sharon said... {Reply}

What a fun place to take photos! And open to the public. That's great. I'm fascinated by twisty, tangled tree branches, too. Trees grow crooked in such weird configurations, don't they?!

Sarah Carletti said... {Reply}

Looks like and awesome place!

Buckeroomama said... {Reply}

I'm really loving those two black-and-white photos! :)

Pride In Photos said... {Reply}

Oh, how fun to explore a new place...you had me captivated myself.

tinajo said... {Reply}

Imagine having a place like that! :-)