Architectural detail can be clearly seen in this closeup of the graceful fan window, which crowns the bayside facade of The Joseph H. Seguine House.
A trellis, paved walkway and figurine grace a dappled spot at the side of the House. The peacocks like to linger in this area, all year round.
The denizens of the Seguine Equestrian Center love company. This one has been know to jump over the wooden gate of his stall.
A lucky resident of the Seguine Equestrian Center enjoys the summer sun on his back, and the grass at his feet.
George Burke filled a wheelbarrow with 140 years of paint - removed from The Seguine's bayside entrance door. A glimpse of how much effort has gone into making the house as glorious as it is today.
This fencepost, near the entry gate from the street behind the house, features yet another of the images of animals you see all over The Seguine property, once you start looking for them.
A pea hen guides her three chicks on a stroll. Two are white, but they are not albinos. They have pink skin and blue eyes. Though there are white males, most of the white peafowl at The Seguine are female.