Every year, the streets of Somerville, Mass., are filled with revelers celebrating Fluff, the marshmallow cream product invented in the city. This year, we were there to document some of the fun.
Fluff Jousting wasn’t as sticky as it was the last time we watched.
Listening to a brass band.
An entry in the fluff cooking contest.
Blind Man’s Fluff – a team Fluffernutter building and eating contest.
More Blind Man’s Fluff.
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At the risk of being the 10,000th WordPresser to post photos of tonight’s eclipse, here are two of mine. I haven’t gone through the entire set yet, just grabbed two that looked promising.
Almost to full eclipse.
The full eclipse. From our vantage point in Quincy, Mass., just south of Boston, there was a glow on the bottom right throughout the entire process of full eclipse. Exaggerated by the camera, as well.
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Friday evening, Coppal House Farms in Lee, New Hampshire, opened its sunflower field to a mess of photographers, with entry fees being donated to the NH Make-A-Wish Foundation. A great cause, and lovely subject!
Last weekend, Hubby and I attended a East Region Championship quidditch match in Brookline, Mass., featuring the Boston Night Riders vs. the New York Titans. Boston won the two games we watched, and according to the team’s website, won the third, as well. Some of my favorite photos from the day:
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