Now Ricia took me through many a town to show me the flavor of Rhode island, for my future trips, of which I hope I have several. The towns are so small we were in a new one before I realized we'd left the previous one. So after a while a few times I forgot which town we were in. That was the case here, as she took me past some lovely sea side homes.
This one she liked very much, and I too found it quite unusual. What great views of the sea they must get when they go up on that circular balcony. Reesh drove me all around the house. Unfortunately the best view of the home from an artistic standpoint would have been from the driveway. But unlike the DeWolf home I photographed in Bristol, this one was certainly not abandoned, so that shot was out. So when Reesh got to a view of the house that I thought held the next most artistic potential I got out, and walked up to the property.
Walking around for a minute I found this spot to be the best looking shot overall, taking in the wild nature of the surrounding vegetation, nice fall colors, and nice view of the unusual architecture. Soon we were back on the road headed for the historic town of Newport.