Spent a few days exploring the foliage around the Lake George area in the Adirondacks a couple weeks back and the weather was less than optimal but it made for some beautiful, saturated colors against the grey backdrop!
I’ve been playing with my new camera and as with all new gadgets…there’s a learning curve. My struggle yesterday was figuring out the focus points on my new Sony A7iii …what better way to practice than to play in the waves!
Trying to get out a little more before we change the clocks back and sunrise gets early again…so here’s a couple quick views from this morning’s sunrise!
Annisquam Lighthouse is a spot I could visit a million times and never tire of the views! Here’s a few from Saturday night while I played around with my new Sigma Art 14mm wide angle lens.
Traveling home after work yesterday post storms to find a sundog/rainbow glowing around the Boulevard so I took a minute to take some “His and Hers” pics!
Jimmy T was entertaining the crowds along the Boulevard before the boat Parade this weekend. It happens to be his Birthday today so Happy Birthday Jimmy!
Skip Milne shares some of his pics from sunset on Niles and the Fireworks this weekend.
As I sit here at my desk overlooking the inner harbor, with my long lens poised toward the ocean awaiting a glimpse of any schooners arriving for the weekend, I share some pics of one of our own beloved Schooners, Ardelle as she headed out in the warm light and the Lannon’s flag reflection on Wednesday. Looking forward to the sights and activities of this long beautiful weekend!!
Sunsets around here are beautiful wherever you may be. This view is from the Gloucester House dock looking over to St. Peter’s Park.
“Summer dreams, ripped at the seams, but oh those summer nights…”
You don’t have to be a History Geek to be totally wrapped up in the Battle of 1775 re-enactment Saturday morning off Pavillion Beach! The narrated re-enactment, having the 3 Schooners, Lewis H. Story, Fame and Ardelle, all authentic to the period, and the smell of gun powder gave you a taste of the battles that our Fort defended in her early years. I’ll be looking forward to reading Joe Garland’s book “Guns off Gloucester.” Published in 1975, as it told the tale of what Garland wrote as “Gloucester’s resolute role in America’s fight for freedom.”
Another image from my “fog collection” over the last few days. Love the blue of this little dory! Happy Friday to all!