Thanksgiving morning I took an early morning walk to relax before all the craziness started. It reminded me to be extra thankful for the wonderful place I live.
The light we have on Cape Ann is amazing and everyday it’s a little bit different. It was nice to have the Thanksgiving break, where I had time to enjoy the mornings a little more, rather than my usual rush to work and sitting in 128 traffic.
Surfers love catching and riding the best waves but getting one on camera just right may require upwards of 150 or more camera clicks; here is one from (more than 140) yesterday at Back Beach.
North Coast Angler www.northcoastangler.com
Skip Montello Photos www.skipmontellophotos.com
Start of surf season, Good Harbor Beach.
After the rains and wind waned, the people went to the beach!
Even the Crazies came out to play…
Brian Moc Writes-
Porter B with yet one more big striped bass in 2010! this little fish was 42 inches & its was his 8th ish in two weeks! Also this guy Catch & Releases! Caught on a raindow Gibbs 1oz pencil popper . Word on the street is his last year fishing because he is getting married to his super hot high school sweetie in 2011!
Brian Moc has a great series of saltwater fishing videos from Cape Ann
You can check out his Youtube channel here
I’ve been taking a break from posting recently because I was on my Gloucester vacation and totally took advantage of it by disconnecting myself from the world. It was wonderful!
Here are some surf pics. I still need a lot of practice but getting the hang of it. Look how beautiful that water is!
John Hintlian The Creator Of Hye Tyde Captures The Swell and Some Video of the Nautilus Road Fire in this Flickr Slide Show-
Click the picture for the slide show and subscribe to his killer blog Hye Tyde
John has a great eye and unique style and flavor to his art. It’s always fresh to me.
Our buddy Donna got a new camera. Look like we’re gonna be treated to some great Gloucester and Magnolia photography! Woot!
Not much happening at Niles Pond this morning, but the surf along the backshore, with the sun on the waves, made getting up early worth it.