First Snowstorm of 2014: Snapshots From East Gloucester ~ What a Difference from AM to PM!

Benjamin Duckworth -1 ©Kim Smith 2013From earlier today, while the storm was still blowing ~

Benjamin Duckworth 2 © Kim Smith 2013Benjamin Duckworth Building an Awesome Fort

Smith's Cove ©Kim Smith 2013Super High Tide

Don’t forget our feathered friends. I filled the bird feeders three times today!

Mourning Dove ©Kim Smith 2013Mourning Dove

Black-capped Chickadee ©Kim Smith 2013White-breasted Nuthatch

The sun started to break through mid-afternoon. I headed to Smith’s Cove and then drove (precariously) to Eastern Point to catch the setting sun. Happy Snow Days!

North Shore Art Association ©Kim Smith 2013North Shore Art Association

Our Lady of good Voyage ©Kim Smith 2013Our Lady of Good Voyage

Eastern point Lighthouse ©Kim Smith 2013Eastern Point Lighthouse

Eastern Point Yacht Club  -2©Kim Smith 2013Eastern Point Yacht Club ©Kim Smith 2013-©Kim Smith 2013


About Kim Smith

Currently creating documentary films about the Monarch Butterfly, Black Swallowtail Butterfly, and Gloucester's Feast of St. Joseph. Landscape designer for the Gloucester Harbor Walk Gardens. Designer, lecturer, author, illustrator, photographer. Visit my blog for more information about my landscape and interior design firm- Good Morning Gloucester daily contributor. Author/illustrator "Oh Garden of Fresh Possibilities! Notes from a Gloucester Garden"
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17 Responses to First Snowstorm of 2014: Snapshots From East Gloucester ~ What a Difference from AM to PM!

  1. happy me says:

    like the last 3 from eastern point yacht club

  2. This cold evening I ‘ve enjoyed all the storm photos on GMG. This series reminds me of your paint factory, rowboat and dog series ~ hard to pick a favorite!

  3. Love these quintessential East Gloucester photos!

    • Kim Smith says:

      Thank you so much Paige-if you are any relation to our old neighbors the Kippens, I imagine you know haw beautiful is East Gloucester, especially after a new fallen snow!

  4. saint707 says:

    What a difference a bit of sunshine makes! Beautiful pictures. It is easy to feel the blustery cold looking at these. Super pics!

  5. Dave Moore says:

    Kim grat photo’s braving the elements – and birds seem pretty content perched up there – be they know where all the birdseed feeders are around the cape! :-)
    The Lettermen – Our Winter Love

    • Kim Smith says:

      Very pretty melody and song Dave–thank you for sharing.

      The songbirds were ravenous yesterday. Funny to see–one sparrow just parked itself under the feeder and let the manna fall from the sky.

  6. Susan larosa says:

    The little chickadee looks like a nuthatch? Happy new year.

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