Yesterday was the 1st real day of spring. And talented photographer Lynn U. Miller was there to capture it.
Many folks headed to the beach. But Lynn was intrigued by the number — and variety — of people wandering around, and enjoying, downtown Westport.
She enjoyed shooting a variety of scenes. You’ll enjoy seeing our familiar town with fresh eyes. (Click or hover any of the photos to enlarge!)
This relaxed couple enjoyed the view on a bench behind Oscar’s. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)
Two people snap their own shots. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)
Ruben Alva of Bridgeport heads to the river for a break from work at the Spotted Horse. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)
Fang Chih Lee, her mother Li Lee, and son/grandson Drake Chen. Drake lives in Westport. His mother and grandmother were visiting for the weekend, from Plymouth, Mass. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)
An old-fashioned Church Lane sign. Reflected in the window: the former Max’s Art Supplies. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)
As the former Westport Y is remade into Bedford Square, a window goes missing. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)
Before it was the Y fitness center, there was a firehouse next to the Bedford building. Now you can see right through it. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)
Everyone out of the water! The deep end of the Y’s large pool.
Near SoNo Baking — across from the construction — flowers bloom. (Photo/Lynn U. Miller)