Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England

This past weekend was full of colorful celebrations, wild yet warm waves, and beautifully refreshing beverages. Not only did we hit the beach on the Fourth of July, but we cruised around Pleasant Lake in New Hampshire this past weekend. Even today, we headed down to the Seaport in Boston for some afternoon snacks and drinks at Pier 6, right on the harbor. We’ve always loved the outdoors, whether it’s hiking, biking, horseback riding, or strolling around new cities and towns. But when it comes to it, we’re drawn to the sound, smell and aura of water. It’s the soft rolling of the wake, the mirror-like quality of the water, or the smell of the ocean, we both would rather be near the water.

Here are some of our favorite shots from this past week to prove that summer is better spent by the water when in New England.

Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England
Short Sands Beach – York, ME
Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England
Goldenrod Restaurant at Short Sands Beach – York, ME
Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England - York, ME
Short Sands Beach at High Tide – York, MA
Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England
Pleasant Lake – New London, NH
Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England
Tubing on Pleasant Lake – New London, NH
Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England
Boat Lounging – New London, NH
Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England
Sunset Gazing – New London, NH
Eight Pictures that Prove Summer is Better Spent Near the Water in New England
Brunch Views – Boston Harbor

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