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Tag Archives: Library riverwalk
Last week’s Photo Challenge showed a spot not far from downtown that most Westporters have never gone.
Though it’s a place everyone should see.
Sandy Rothernberg’s image was of the point at the Riverwalk path behind the Levitt Pavilion where Deadman Brook flows into the Saugatuck River.
It’s beautiful, serene — and open to the public. You’ll get a different perspective there of the water, and our town’s relation to it.
Since the Levitt renovation, the path now winds all the way around — from the library to the Imperial parking lot side. Midway there, you’ll see the scene Sandy captured. Or click here for the closeup.
This one was tough. It took nearly 24 hours before the first readers guessed correctly. Congratulations, Madison Malin and Steve Dopp!
This week’s Photo Challenge, meanwhile, may be our first-ever nighttime shot. If you know where in Westport you’d find this — night, day, whenever — click “Comments” below.
Unfortunately, it’s not Christmas.
It’s 4 days before spring.
And we could get 3 to 5 inches of snow on Saturday!
Lynn U. Miller has lived in Westport most of her life. But she always finds new ways of seeing very familiar scenes.
Late Wednesday afternoon, she shot some photos near one of her favorite spots: the library. Lynn found even more serenity there than usual.
But, she says, not until she edited the images did she realize how fortunate we are to be able to spend even a few minutes of our day enjoying such peace, quiet and utter beauty.
She says: “Among all the crazy horror of Isis, the bickering politicians and horrendous train accidents, to name only a few, we get to have this…”
Amen, Lynn. And thank you.