Birdhouses are everywhere once you start looking for them. The Seguine offers shelter to any who fly by. The huge vine curving around the tree trunk is hundreds of years old.
Plants shelter for the Winter under lights in the house's basement.
The denizens of The Seguine Equestrian Center love to be outdoors, no matter what, and are always happy to see visitors.
Peacocks hate snow on their feet so they spend the winter on the verandah.
They love to lounge on the furnishings and bask in the sun.
The gate from Seguine Avenue is used for special occasions.
Everyday visitors enter from Hank Place and pass through this gate.
On your right you pass the woodpile. Seguine fireplaces are regularly used.
The Joseph H. Seguine House presents a dignified face to the street.
As we arrived for the annual Seguine Holiday Party it was snowing. The house and grounds are even more magical with a dusting of snow.
Peacocks hate snow on their feet. Normally they seek shelter on the verandah. But tonight, with guests coming and going, three hens huddled in the center and two males perched at each end -- in an absolutely symmetrical configuration -- a work of art in and of themselves. When we came out of the party they were all in exactly the same spot.