Traveling in winter may mean the flash and speed of winter sports, the bright dazzle that great cities take on in winter time, the celebrations of good company and festive times. It can also include quieter moments. This photograph was made during one of those.

I’d traveled to see a friend give a concert at The Center for the Arts in Natick, Massachusetts. That’s a fine venue, created from a building which used to be a fire station, in an interesting town a bit west of Boston. As I was waiting for the first morning train back to Cambridge, snow began to fall.

Look for the quiet moments. They will enrich your journeys.

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Kerry Dexter is one of six writers who contribute to Perceptive Travel’s blog. You will often find her writing about places, events, and people connected with music, history, and the arts in Europe and North America. You may find more of Kerry's work at her site Music Road as well as in Wandering Educators, National Geographic Traveler, Ireland and the Americas, and other places online and in print.

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