Last night was my first dinner out at a person’s home. Sharon and Chuck King served Southern chicken with rice, and dessert was the view of Gloucester from their deck. Delicious!
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The colors of the sky from our kitchen window were so gorgeous BJ & I jump in the car and quickly drove down the street to capture the end of the sunset… The colors in the sky changed so fast it was amazing!
Check out this gorgeous photo taken by the one and only Rebecca Borden!
“The sunset snuck in over the horizon just as the storm/squall passed.
Weather + Sunset + Gloucester Harbor = Never Gets Old”
Now that’s an end of the day view that I could get used to!
It was a double header
The Schooner Lannon, Sunset, Buck Moon, Fireworks, and Dessert, you could not ask for anything more!
Dessert was supplied by Sticky Fingers Pastry located at Browns Mall.
Or at least that is what I saw in the clouds Sunday evening while exiting the Annisquam River to head home to Rockport.
Our plane was delayed 7 hours en route to Cincinnati for Christmas. Fortunately, we were able to stay in contact with the airline from home. My daughter Liv and I went for a walk along the berm dividing Brace Cove and Niles Pond while waiting to leave. As we were looking at the sun setting over Niles Pond, we by chance turned towards Brace Cove and were captivated by the vibrant colors reflected in the windows of the home on the point. Magically a Harbor Seal swam onto the scene and scootched up on the rock and he too, caught the last of the sun’s fleeting light!
This photo of Ocean Alliance headquarters, the Tarr and Wonson Paint Manufactory was taken by Captain Bob Wallace of the Odyssey the last time he was in town.
What a gorgeous photo, submitted by Amy Kerr.
About 3:45 on Friday, a front rolled through the area providing menacing clouds, incredible spots of sunlight and snow showers in the sky that melted before they hit the ground. Just incredible! Glad to live on Cape Ann and be able to see capture a few scenes like these. Click the images for larger view
Not to panic, I was a passenger on this journey down Route 128 / I-95 . Traveling on the way to Reading for the Manchester Essex field hockey game and I got to watch a changing sky almost all the way.
A Fan from Main Street Art and Antiques was recruited to be a prop in the Movie Olive Kitteridge, for an undisclosed amount. “Wendy” the Fan was discovered in a beautiful sunset over Main Street, scene.