Denver Day 2

Great day of reporting in Denver followed by food on the mall.

Mile high

I’m in Denver for a week of reporting on The Colorado Sun and the Denver media ecosystem. And the food is outstanding at Henry’s Tavern. That’s a copy of Westword, the city’s still-kicking alt-weekly, on the left.

Feeling like fall

Biked 23-plus miles along the Minuteman Bikeway, end to end, and back via the Alewife Brook Greenway. Check out the fall colors at Great Meadows. Soon it will be snowing!

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Before the storm

Saturday along the Reformatory Branch Trail in Concord. (Click for larger image.)

Biking along the Battle Road Trail

I tried out my new Sony point-and-shoot camera during a 10-mile bike ride, out and back, along the Battle Road Trail earlier today. I picked up the camera so I could document places I travel to over the next year for Ellen Clegg’s and my book project. The results were much better than I can get from a phone — especially inside shots. Overall, I was pretty happen with the results.

Eastern end

There are lots of these along the road. It was a tough day for the British.

Paul Revere’s last stand

Captain William Smith house

Behind the Smith house

Hartwell Tavern. I used flash to offset the backlighting.

Inside the Hartwell Tavern — natural light

Hartwell fireplace — natural light, no editing

Cupboard inside the Hartwell Tavern

Next to the Hartwell Tavern


Don’t eat the berries!

Working farm along the road

Meriam House, at the western end of the road

The macro feature is outstanding

No bison were harmed in the making of this photo story

Middlesex Fells

A few pictures from earlier today with my new iPhone SE.

Alongside the North Reservoir in Stoneham

Reservoir and Skyline Trails near the entrance to Sheepfold

Fungus in Winchester

Looking north toward the Middle Reservoir in Winchester