This morning’s sunrise from Chapin’s Gully

Click to embiggen. Cloudy at the horizon but the sun looks to be quite a bit to the north of the breakwater. Spring is just around the corner. On February 4 sunrise split the breakwater from this spot. Rained 0.58 inches last night.

About Paul Morrison & RD

Good Morning Gloucester reporter possessing the dangerous combination of a Press Pass and a Rubber Duck.
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5 Responses to This morning’s sunrise from Chapin’s Gully

  1. Sharon says:

    “Embiggen”?? Good word! Great photo, too. Paul! :)

  2. Paul- what’s the opposite of “embiggen”? Unbiggen? or Emsmallen? Nice photo.

  3. Marty Morgan says:

    Beautiful photo! Come get some clay if you want to make some bowls for the Empty Bowl event, or come make some here any time in the next 2 months.

    • Deal. So many other things, kayaks, bicycles, cameras, get in the way that I never sit down to the wheel. I need a deadline. So yes, I’ll bring some pots by to fire for the empty bowl. That’s mid-May, setting a timer, thanks Marty.

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