Santa Captured in my attic

A few shots from the storm. Santa did not make it out of Rockport and is now stuck in my attic.

The Rockport breakwater at high tide. Held up just fine:

And our power was still off Monday night so we went to Passports for dinner:

The baked haddock was delish as well as the beef gumbo to start things off. Santa was lit up in our attic when we got back. Yippee!

About Paul Morrison & RD

Good Morning Gloucester reporter possessing the dangerous combination of a Press Pass and a Rubber Duck.
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9 Responses to Santa Captured in my attic

  1. E.J. says:

    Let the poor man out of your attic, or at least feed him – he looks totally freaked out and he’s so hungry, he’s eating his glove. Amazing shot of the waves crashing on the breakwater!

  2. captmard says:

    I’ve been lit, up in the attic a few times myself. Good to know that Santa does it too.

  3. Santa knows some powerful people so I made a deal. He finds a way to make it sunny, over 50F, and no wind at noon on New Years Day and I’ll let him go. I may have to let him go anyway he is drinking all my whiskey.

  4. Nate says:

    Looks like St. Nick is flipping you the bird!

  5. Damon says:

    The Rockport Breakwater is still standing because of the remains of the Sandy Bay breakwater offshore. Once that is really gone and the long wavelength stuff has a clear shot, trouble. The Sandy Bay breakwater looks permanent, but it is much reduced from when I first started sailing around here in the 1950s.

  6. Joey C says:

    Are you intentionally trying to scare the bejesus out of the neighborhood children with that Santa? What did you use to take those photos Paul?

  7. “Are you intentionally trying to scare the bejesus out of the neighborhood children with that Santa?”

    Uh, yes, any law against it? ;-) I keep looking out the window hoping to see a dog walker or child pointing up at the window aghast but no such luck, yet.

    All photos taken with my trusty Panasonic Lumix TZ-5 which I keep trying to lose so I can upgrade. My daughter may be getting it when the GF-2 is available next month. I am enjoying that little bipod attachment you recommended. I’ll post a night shot soon of Santa lit up with some LEDs inside him.

  8. You are definitely a “Mad Scientist”!

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