Category Archives: Pic of the Day

Pic Of The Day #1651

Pumpkins, Sylvan Road South (Photo/Monica Buesser)

Pic Of The Day #1650

Today marks the middle of Restaurant Week. Rowene Weems had “a lovely dinner outside on a beautiful night at Harvest. The atmosphere was magical, with lights and a full moon. There is also something cool about being next to the train station.”

For more on the Westport Weston Chamber of Commerce event, click here.

(Photo/Rowene Weems)

Pic Of The Day #1649

Familiar downtown scene

Pic Of The Day #1648

Halloween at Izzo & Son Country Gardens (Photo/Tom Lowrie)

Pic Of The Day #1647

Saugatuck River west bank (Photo/Susan Leone)

Pic Of The Day #1646

Sherwood Island morning (Photo/Claudia Sherwood Servidio)

Pics Of The Day #1645

I’ve been inundated with sunrise and sunset photos. They’re great — but there are tons of them. Here’s a compilation.

Now let’s call a moratorium on sunrise and sunset photos. At least until winter.

Old Mill Beach (Photo/Matt Murray)

Compo Beach pavilion (Michael Tomashefsky)

Compo Beach, from Soundview (Photo/Jim Hood)

Mid-October, late day, Compo Beach (Photo/Alina Pitchon)

Compo Beach South Beach one day … (Photo/Jane Malakoff)

,,, and another (Photo/Roseann Spengler)

A dog and his sunset … (Photo/Les Dinkin)

… and another (Photo/Melissa Sobil Zitomer)

Several photographers saw the same sailboat (Photo/Seth Goltzer)

… again … (Photo/Judith Katz)

… and one more time (Photo/Brian Sikorski)

One final sunset (Photo/Les Dinkin)

Pic Of The Day #1644

Art at Burying Hill Beach (Photo/Ed Simek)

Pics Of The Day #1643

The shore was the place to be late this afternoon.

A spectacular rainbow appeared. And a ton of “06880” readers had the same idea.

Burritt’s Cove (Photo/Daniel Vener)

Minute Man Monument (Photo/Sean Costello)

Buena Vista Drive, on Compo Hill (Photo/Deborah Greenberg)

Compo Cove, from Hillspoint Road … (Photo/Maureen Aron)

Old Mill Beach (Photo/Jarret Epstein)

Pic Of The Day #1642

Judith Shaw writes:

“Westport will always be home. I regularly visit my mom, Freda Easton, who came here in 1955 and still lives in the area. My visits always include a trip to Compo Beach.

“This morning was no exception. I couldn’t help smiling when I came upon the Remarkable Bookcycle. It warmed my heart, as the beach and bookstore are 2 venerable locations embedded in my memory.”

(Photo/Judith Shaw)