Ailsa’s prompt this week is liquid. At first I thought of posting photos of lakes, rivers, and waterfalls I’ve encountered on my travels. However, the holidays have arrived. This time of year I tend to get a little homesick. So I decided to post some photos I took at Chestnut Hill Reservoir. Miles and I would walk there nearly every day. I’m not sure which one of us loved it more.
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TB Markinson is an American who's recently returned to the US after a seven-year stint in the UK and Ireland. When she isn't writing, she's traveling the world, watching sports on the telly, visiting pubs in New England, or reading. Not necessarily in that order.
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Very nice photographs…
I was just there this weekend. It told me to say hi to you and tell you to come back to visit.
I can see why both of you loved it. what is tha building on the shore ?
It’s a tiny building for the waterworks. This reservoir is the back up water supply.
Aww, it looks a nice home to miss. Can you take terrapins for a walk?
Just look at those geese, I love them!
Beautiful. Looks like a great walking spot.
What a beautiful spot to walk. I usually do my walk around the coast line and it follows the beach 🙂
You always have the nicest photos of places I want to go and visit.
That looks like a lovely walk! I really like turtles, so the turtle photo is my fave!
I love the turtles. Few people seem to capture them in action. Nice.
Love the turtles!
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