Friday, June 10, 2016


On a beautiful day, I drove out to Litchfield, a postcard-pretty town an hour west of Hartford.
Within half a mile of the Litchfield Green, there are more beautiful buildings than I can show.

This is the historical society.  It was closed, so I couldn't see the exhibits.

This handsome Victorian home is on a steep road into town.

Eighteenth century houses are almost a dime a dozen in Litchfield.

This might be my favorite, another Victorian building.

And a stone Episcopal church is five or six buildings off the green.


GreensboroDailyPhoto said...

It was as if you had the community all to yourself. So peaceful!


RedPat said...

What a treasure that is, Jack!

Sharon said...

There is a very "New England" look going on here.

William Kendall said...

What a beautiful place to spend time in!

jennyfreckles said...

Oh, SO pretty - just how I remember New England. Looks like you chose a gorgeous day for your trip too.

bill burke said...

A nice looking town with all those beautiful houses.

Kate said...

Victorian homes are always so Impressive and the owners usually take great pride in their appearances.

Gunn said...

I like the white house on top of the hill,- with a tower:)
It is my favourite!

Kay said...

What a beautiful town! The trees and surrounding green seems to enhance everything this time of year.