While on a tourist visit to the Concord History Museum (with my camera in hand of course), I found this great little boathouse on the Concord River.
I took this picture with my most commonly used Tamron 28-80 mm lens. The building looked old and unused, but it must have been well kept, and was definitely not about to fall over. I love the way the dock leads right out to the water. I prefer the photo in sepia, because it draws out the fact that it's a historical building.
Here's the photo in color. Many thanks to the handiness of digital photography.