Superstorm Sandy Gloucester ~ The Morning After
Filmed on October 30, 2012, the morning after Superstorm Sandy, at Brace Cove, Gloucester. We were very fortunate to miss the brunt of the storm; Gloucester survived with relatively minimal damage. A heavy, thick steely-gray bank of clouds dominated the sky and the sun broke through for only a brief period. The streaming shafts of sunlight created a beautiful ethereal glow filtering through the atmosphere. The wind was very strong and caused a good deal of camera shake.
Music composed by Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg and performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Opus 46: Morning Mood.
Part I Superstorm Sandy Gloucester
Part II Seagrass Fantasy
Part III Superstorm Sandy Gloucester ~ The Morning After
I just returned from Iceland. I thought I would share their version of the Gloucester Fisherman Statue which, of course, it is a Viking Ship!
BTW-the new camera is awesome.
Janet bought the camera I just bought for my wife the Sony NEX-5N and is loving it
Rick and I went to Maime’s Kitchen, across from St. Ann’s, on Sunday morning. Breakfast was so so good. Rick had the scramble special with Linguica and I had an Omelet with Spinach, Tomato, mushroom with bacon.
Special scramble with Linquica
Omelet with Spinach, mushrooms, tomato with bacon
For our first 2012/13 Berklee in Gloucester show, we didn’t have real tickets — you know the paper kind you buy at box offices and stores. And people asked why?
Some of you just prefer to buy a real ticket. You don’t want to go on-line or call and have your credit card charged. And you don’t want to have your name on a list at the show. Nope. You want to walk in, show your ticket and take your seat. Plain and simple.
Most importantly, you want to save your ticket as a memento. I’ve got my share of concert and show tickets stashed somewhere. I figure that when I get old, I’ll sit in my chair by the fire with my glasses on thumbing through these old tickets, reminiscing about this concert and that play — remembering whom I went with; what my life was like back then; how the music sounded. Ahhh … the good-ol-days — today’s music is crap — that sort of thing.
OK, we got it. So we printed up some snazzy tickets for this next show: Indie Rock Night featuring Boston’s The Shills with local favorites Renee & Joe at Latitude 43 on November 29 and you can get these tickets in Gloucester at The Liquor Locker @ 287 Main St. and Gloucester Music @ 210 Main Street.
These are nice, big, full color tickets with a photo of The Shills and that wicked-cool drawing of Renee & Joe. You’ll be proud to add this one to your collection. So hurry out and get yours soon before they’re all gone. Or if you just want to order on-line click here. Which ever way you buy them, a portion of proceeds benefits the Berklee2Gloucester Scholarship fund — and remember: this is an ALL AGES show and it will ROCK! Here’s a taste of what you can expect.