New England Spring

An awful week for New England, at the end of a very long winter, is drawing mercifully to a close. This evening, some warmth and light finally crept into our lives here, just north of reeling Boston. A few images from the day.





All photographs by the author, unedited, taken with an iPad 2

About Tom Simpson

Tom Simpson teaches religion, ethics, philosophy, and human rights at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter, NH. He is the author of *American Universities and the Birth of Modern Mormonism, 1867-1940* (University of North Carolina Press, 2016) and nonfiction essays about Bosnia for the Canadian literary magazine *Numero Cinq*. Born in 1975 in Olean, NY, he earned the Ph.D. in religious studies from the University of Virginia, where he specialized in American religious history. He writes, teaches, and lectures about religion in America, popular culture, Mormonism, and Bosnia. He lives in Exeter with his partner, Alexis Simpson, and their two children.
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5 Responses to New England Spring

  1. putnic4 says:

    I’d love to live there, every season seems to be beautiful in New England. In Bosnia only springs and summers are enjoyable, at least in Sarajevo.

    • Tom Simpson says:

      Fall is nice here, definitely–but after a long New England winter we really celebrate the spring and summer, just like Bosnians. Thanks for stopping by!

  2. Rick Simpson says:

    Glad to see the photos, Tom–and to know that a measure of tranquillity has arrived up there. Tough week indeed.



  3. bosnae says:

    Very nice photos… you shold see spring in sarajevo, totlly gone mad… 32 degrees

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