Community Photos 1/23/13

Scenes from Gloucester from Saturday Jan. 19, 2013

Hi Joey,

     My daughters, Clare and Mary, and I spent Saturday, January 19, 2013 walking around Gloucester, exploring the beach at the Stage Fort Park, then over to Magnolia for the sunset – just taking in the beauty of the place and the wildness of the windy shore.  This was my daughter, Mary’s, first time ever in Gloucester and I think she now has the same addiction to the place.  The weather and waves and wind were awesome along the Stage Fort Park, and the sunset over Magnolia was so tropical and stunning!  So glad we drove up from the South Shore to spend another fantastic day in your town!

             * feel free to post any of the photos above — just wanted you to see how much out of towners enjoy the beauty of Gloucester *

Gayle White


Janet Rice Submits-

Pretty morning after our (big!) snow storm last night.

Best-Janet

IMG_2089IMG_2092 - Copy - Copy

About Joey C

The creator of goodmorninggloucester.org Lover of all things Gloucester and Cape Ann. GMG where we bring you the very best our town has to offer because we love to share all the great news and believe that by promoting others in our community everyone wins.
This entry was posted in Community Photos and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

6 Responses to Community Photos 1/23/13

  1. Congrats Gayle. Super Star!!!

    • gayle white says:

      :) thanks Fred. Next time, we stop into your shop (and my brother’s) first to say hello before exploring. You have so many new prints you’ve been working on – we are dying to see them!

  2. Interesting pairing of energy images. I love the first one’s vertical touching the fiery clouds.

  3. Linn says:

    Tropical is a new way to describe Magnolia, lol. I don’t think Donna thought of that one yet. Welcome, Gayle and family!

  4. gayle white says:

    thank you Linn ! Honestly, pulling into the parking area near the water, the first word that came to mind was “tropical” — if you could look straight ahead at the point across the water where the sun was setting, and block out the barren trees to the right or left (haha), you would honestly think “tropical” — until you stepped out of the car and onto the beach and felt the blasting wind :)

Leaving a comment rewards the author of this post- add to the discussion here-

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s