Hi! My daughter has been performing in a ballet show in Southampton this weekend so we spent the week taking her to rehearsals. Every day except Thursday! Last Sunday I tried to take her to a horse rescue farm but we never found it. So we stopped for ice cream. How about that for a raised car?
Otter Pond in Sag Harbor with goslings.
After dropping off my daughter for a rehearsal in Southampton, I went back to the small nature preserve on Meadow Lane. The road is often called ‘Billionaire’s Lane’ in the media as so many tycoons own summer mansions on it.
Discovered a stunning field of wild flowers at the site of the first settlement in Southampton in 1640.
Rain on Thursday so my son used the umbrella I bought him from our trip to visit the 1931 building shaped like a duck.
Windows on the Pelletreau Silver Shop built in 1668 and located on Southampton’s Main Street.
And here’s my ballerina having a snack before her performance on Saturday.
And it’s week 23 of Project 365. Not surprisingly many of my pictures this week were taken in Southampton.
Sara (@mumturnedmom) says
That is some souped up jeep! Love the wildflowers and the old windows and window boxes. Your daughter looks beautiful in her costume x
Goodness, how beautiful does your little princess look? I love the picture of the goslings, just gorgeous 🙂
So different from the Southampton in the UK! 😀 It looks like a beautiful place! 🙂
Mummy to boyz says
Stunning, it’s a shame you didn’t find the horse place but I’m sure the ice-cream went down well 🙂
Elaine Livingstone says
she makes a beautiful ballerina. Some great history in the area. Love the texture on the wood in the silver shop picture
Charly Dove says
Oh wow just look at your little ballerina! Gorgeous. I hope it all went well. Fabulous photos as always, really like the nature reserve and the windows too 🙂