When I returned home from Israel, my mom and I took me to Plymouth as a happy-birthday-welcome-home trip together. We stayed along the water, right near Plymouth Rock and the old Ocean Spray Cranberry Factory, which is now a gift shop, and the old wax museum site. Man, those were two really awesome tourist (and local) attractions they should've kept in the area.
However, there are still some pretty cool historical sites, such as Hedge House Museum, which I toured two years ago. It's amazing how fashion and design repeats itself; the wallpaper from the 1860s looks pretty psychedelic, like something you'd see in the 1960s! I started to notice other patterns, too, that came back years later.
It was still October and the weather was pretty decent, the perfect time to walk around and take photographs well into the evening. I love the light this time of year, and the cast it gives to this coastal architecture.
Living up to the promise I made to myself, I brought my camera and was determined to really document our surroundings. When you look through a camera lens you're always looking deeper, for something to photograph that you may not normally notice. While I've been to Plymouth many times, many others haven't. This is all new to anyone seeing my photographs of Plymouth, and I wanted to make sure I 'shone a light' on the area. ;)