CAPE ANN LIGHTHOUSES SHROUDED IN SEA SMOKE

Evocative views looking through sea smoke along the shoreline this morning, from Ten Pound Island to Twin Lights, and at every vantage point along the way. On my very last stop photographing a buoy in the sea smoke, I spied a mystery bird far off shore. Bobbing in the water and with a bill not at all shaped liked a seagulls, it was a SNOW GOOSE! He was too far away to get a great photo, but wonderful to see nonetheless!

5 thoughts on “CAPE ANN LIGHTHOUSES SHROUDED IN SEA SMOKE

  1. Some very nice detail the light houses seem to always make that special calendar they have of them all by regions. See the island of rocks had quite a gathering of feathered friends as well Cape Ann is round and part of that big circle of life both in and out of water. Sometimes it takes a while to burn off1 Thanks for sharing. Dave & Kim

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    1. We’ve been enjoying the sea smoke for days–as long as the ocean water is warmer than the air, and with more frigid temperatures predicted, I think it is going to be here for a bit longer.

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      1. Yes those winds and trade winds as they are know can bring many things to the island and state! Happy 2018 to all safety and security first! Dave & Kim

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