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where the streets are empty at 6:30am

where the streets are empty at 6:30am

June 7, 2007

where the streets are empty at 6:30 am

Posted by Chris @ 10:11 pm  

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Comments

  1. Annika says:

    I think this one is my favorite.

  2. Cheryl M. says:

    why can’t I live somewhere so beautiful??? huh??? great pic, Chris, all of them are - I’m really enjoying your vacation pics. :) thanks for sharing.

  3. Holli Smith says:

    So the Eastern US town really look like that?
    I always thought it was just in paintings and such. Beautiful! I really need to get out more often!
    Thanks for taking such great photos!

  4. Ashley says:

    ok now I wanna go too… It looks so beautiful and historic there.

  5. Rachel says:

    You are an awesome photographer! What kind of camera do you have?

  6. Ani says:

    Great pic…but so sorry you had to be up with kids at that hour of the morning to take it!

    :-)

  7. Debbie says:

    I love Nantucket!!! It is the most beautiful place I have ever been…and would love to summer there….soon, we will, soon!

    If you miss it, just go to nantucket.net and watch the sidewalk cam, that’s what I used to do when I was stuck in Seattle for seven years.

    This year we are going to Maine.
    :)

  8. brookem says:

    do you live in a postcard?