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Plenty of close-up action at the Gloucester Schooner Festival Race this year. -Len Burgess
Annisquam Sunset, photos from Anthony Marks
The Adventure (plus the diminutive Lannon) in Gloucester Harbor From Nancy LeGendre
Some firework images from Saturday night including my traditional photo montage to mark the event.
Cheers and Happy Labor Day, Judith
Thought you might enjoy these photos I took yesterday during the
schooner races at Eastern Point, came up from Salem for the festival
and races and had a great time.
Homie Picture From Susan LaRosa
The Parade of Sails and Schooner Race were magnificent as viewed from the Schooner Adventure. We had a couple of Sea Scouts aboard helping with the lines and a great variety of past and present Adventure supporters. Capt. Stefan Edick and crew did a magnificent job and were delighted with the 2nd place finish in such an esteemed field. Here are a few of photos of our day.
Yacht Sea Farer, photo from Anthony Marks
Good seeing you quickly today. If you would like feel free to use attached on Good Morning Gloucester. Attached pics taken 9/1/2014.
Attached is a photo I shot at Rockport’s Front Beach this evening, Wed, Aug 27th. My humble social network is likin’ in… hope you will as well
Gordon Webster submits-
My name is Gordon and I’m a fine art photographer specializing in New England. I thought your readers might be interested in the images from my recent photo shoot around Cape Ann. I’ve created a collection of them with a vintage vibe that I used to try to capture the kind of romance and nostalgic atmosphere of Cape Ann’s fishing community.
I love your blog and follow your updates on Facebook, and I would be thrilled to have some of my photos of Cape Ann featured on it.
Here is the link to the Cape Ann photo set.
Pineapple Coconut Cakes at Sticky Fingers Bakeshop! Stop by for Labor Day Weekend treats!
7 Pleasant street or Main Street inside Brown’s Mall
Lisa Wensberg submits-
Thought you may like this photo. Fairly beautiful of the Annisquam side of town one of the few cloudy days we had this summer.
ABOARD THE USCG BARQUE EAGLE / photos from Anthony Marks
Gloucester Schooner Festival – Friday From Elinor Teele
The Adventure going out and the Eagle coming in…
Click for more-
Lisa freed submits-
Still wish she’d sailed in, but worth the wait.
The USCG Eagle
I was aboard the Adventure as she joined the Lannon, Ardelle, Coast Guard boats and others to welcome the Coast Guard Barque Eagle to Gloucester on Friday.
She is a beauty! I hope everyone has an opportunity to see the Eagle while she is in port. Captain Stephan Edick took the helm for our spectacular sail. Here are
some photos of our day aboard the Adventure including the newly renovated fo’c’sle, We had some youngsters eagerly helping to hoist the sails and man the helm. 5
Enjoy the Schooner Festival!
My wife, Tricia, and I enjoyed a cruise on the Beauport Princess tonight. I thought Good Morning Gloucester readers might be interested in some photos from the cruise (including one of Captain Joe and Sons). It was a three hour sunset cruise with a buffet dinner (prime rib, haddock, ravioli, and more) and dancing. What a fantastic value!
Here are some photos of icicles I took over the past week or so… Here’s hoping that spring is right around the corner.
Sista Felicia Took These Photos aboard The Beauport Princess Cruiselines Maiden Voyage This Past Sunday-
Congratulations to Sheree and her dedicated team. Bringing jobs and beauty to our community. Thanks for all you do.
Here was the announcement-
It’s that time of year. Ringo Tarr and crew set up the Kent Circle Christmas tree Friday November 15th. Ringo Tarr and Joe Novello traveled to Nova Scotia to pick up the tree.
The Santa parade a part of the tree lighting will step off about 3:00 pm Sunday December 1st from the state fish pier in Gloucester.
The parade route is Parker street to Main street to Western ave. and ends at Kent Circle for the annual Christmas tree lighting with Santa and Mrs. Clause.
Hope to see you and the girls there.
This just in-
I arrived home from Iceland last evening and was catching up on GMG posts when I saw that Sarah Clark had posted some great photos of other fisherman statues. She commented that she wished she had a GMG sticker when she had taken them so I must have taken this photo for her!
Sarah Clark submits-
Here are a fisherman and fisherman’s wife statues from Alesund, Norway. Next to them are two views of the fishermen’s statue in Reykavik, Iceland. Wish I had thought to have a Good Morning Gloucester sticker when I took these! Just thought folks in Gloucester might enjoy these.
Alice Gardner submits Gloucester Retailer Storefront Halloween Decoration Photos!
Can you guess which stores are which?
First One To Guess All Six Photos Correctly Can Come To The Dock and Claim This Brand New Fisherman’s Partnership Cap
Anthony Marks submits-
On Saturday October 12,2013 a dedication ceremony was held at Maritime Gloucester 23 Harbor Loop to dedicate the beautiful Compass Rose that was installed over the summer. The Compass Rose was donated by Matthew Collins. The artist was Mark Read. They both spoke as well as Tom Balf Executive Director of Maritime Gloucester, state and city officials. A reception was held following the ceremony. Music was provided by Michael O’Leary and friends. A good time was had by all. The event was well attended.
Compass Rose at Maritime Gloucester
I wanted to let everyone know that the installation of the Compass Rose sculpture (pictured here with the Sculptor himself, Mark Read) is complete. It is located at the front of Maritime Gloucester and is a beautiful sight to behold, especially at night when it is lit!
The sand has been so low at Good Harbor Beach lately! Today I noticed that the remnants of a rock wall and pilings are now exposed. (They’re across the creek from the grassy area of the Bass Rock Beach Club.) I’ve never seen these before, and wondered if they’re part of the old second footbridge. Perhaps Fred Bodin has an archival image of this to share. The rocks are mortared, and there are two more pilings sticking up between the wall and the creek (by the people’s feet in the photo).