Monthly Archives: December 2011

I have to admit I started out compiling my favorite portrait images of 2011, but I got distracted by the food photos and so I decided to give them their own post. They are my favorite, after all. There were so many highlights for 2011, and I have so many of these images that I…

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As a photographer, I love to take photos of kitschy things….. and this one takes the cake. This “vintage” Santa has freaked me out for the ten years that I’ve lived here. Maybe it’s retro, or nostalgic, but this Santa who always poses at the edge of Elm St. at the Easter Seals Christmas tree lot, is…

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  • Derek via Facebook - Wooo. That IS freaky. How old is it?ReplyCancel

  • Martha via Facebook - hey Erika, this freaky santa used to be in Amherst at an auto garage for awhile. One year it met with a windy accident and for awhile it was in the side yard with his top half sitting on the ground next to his bottom. Then one year it disappeared, and reappeared in Manchester. That Santa gets around!ReplyCancel

  • via Facebook - Ha! that’s fantastic, Martha! It’s great to hear more of his history–sounds like he’s had an interesting one. Anybody else know more about this Santa?ReplyCancel

  • Karen via Facebook - That Santa has always creeped me out too!ReplyCancel

  • Barbara via Facebook - Now that could turn you against Christmas!ReplyCancel

It’s no secret that photographs hit us the hardest in a sentimental kind of way. But what’s funny about it is that you don’ t always know which photo is going to become a favorite.  I stumbled across this photo of Parker, taken one year ago when he was just about 18 months old.  I…

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The Pavilion is located in the Hilton Garden Inn, in downtown Manchester’s beautiful millyard area. Executive Chef Jason Jette, Sous Chef Vlad, and the team create such impressively stylish dishes that are so beyond anything you typically think of “hotel food.”  When they started bringing out the dishes to photograph, I was kind of in jaw-dropping…

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This weekend I took my 4-year old son to the village to check out the big Christmas tree in the town square, which just had its official tree lighting on Friday.  When we got there, the tree had not been turned on yet, so we parked the car and walked up one side of Main…

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  • Sandi Wilhelm Wilson via Facebook - Cute decorations on all the stores… Nice job making a memory!! <3ReplyCancel

  • Susan Wilhelm Carlson via Facebook - It’s times like this that I miss New England. A few of the stores look like they could have come out of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’. So quaint. The only thing missing is the snow…but that is coming, I’m sure. A light dusting for Christmas…just enough to make things white… I’m sure Drew was taking it all in.ReplyCancel

  • Candace D - I especially love the pic of the town hall. The color of the sky in the background is so pretty. Everything looks so dreamy!ReplyCancel

  • Local Haunt | Goffstown’s Giant Pumpkin Regatta » New Hampshire Food & Lifestyle Photographer - […] can also find Goffstown Village dressed for a different season–Goffstown at Christmas. And finally, be sure to follow the path through the blog circle by visiting the next blog: Meg […]ReplyCancel

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