Whenever we visit a city, town or village different from the one we live in, the architecture instantly draws my attention.
Don't you just love to see how other people live?
While the traditional New England white homes with black shutters appeal, seeing homes painted in pastels with different colored shutters are pretty, too.
For instance, in Rockport, Massachusetts, this yellow building with periwinkle blue shutters exuded charm!
Isn't it adorable?
It actually houses the Rockport Art Association.
Across the street was this building with American flags lining the upper part. Very patriotic!
It also had a golden eagle flying above the flags. See it?
Here are more flags, on a totally different building, that are nicely displayed.
Just about every New England village, this seacoast town included, has a stately white Protestant church.
This one is pretty, indeed.
It's so nice to get away for a short time and enjoy the surroundings of a different town.
WHAT STYLE OF HOME DO YOU LIKE BEST?