We’ve just returned from a vacation on Cape Cod, and our annual visit to P-town. A few years ago, this feature was presented in the New York Times. It’s about a series of views painted by celebrated artist Edward Hopper. The iconic American artist spent nearly half the summers of his life painting isolated buildings in broad vistas. See how some of these landscapes have changed and hear what they mean to the people who live there. Here’s the link to this article, narrated by members of the families associated with each of the buildings depicted. Very evocative.