Noxontown Pond at St. Andrew’s School, Middletown. This is one of the scenes from around where I live in central Delaware. Below are more.
Bridge across the Silver Lake spillway into the Appoquinimink River, Middletown.
Footbridge across Naaman’s Creek in a small park and woods at the end of the street where my mother lived north of Wilmington.
Red barn on a farm where my brother lived at Summit.
Scene on the farm where my brother lived at Summit.
The view from Taylor’s Bridge of Blackbird Creek.
The pristine Blackbird Creek and marshes.
Green door by the St. Andrew’s School boathouse on Noxontown Pond, Middletown.
Red canoes and T-Dock on Noxontown Pond at St. Andrew’s School, Middletown.
Founders Hall, St. Andrew’s School, Middletown.
Bench at the Silver Lake spillway into the Appoquinimink River, Middletown.
The bridge across the Appoquinimink River at Odessa. This historically preserved town was known in the 18th century as Cantwell’s Bridge.
The Corbit-Sharp House, one of the Historic Houses of Odessa.
The view of the Appoquinimink River from the Corbit-Sharp House, Odessa.
Pumpkins and gourds at Odessa.
The historic graveyard at 300-year-old Old St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, Middletown.
And I couldn’t resist including my photo of the historic, restored 1870 Smyrna Opera House, Smyrna.