Fun at Eastern Point Light House at High Noon Gloucester

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20 Responses to Fun at Eastern Point Light House at High Noon Gloucester

  1. Yikes ~ yes to the thrill seekers! Have you warmed up yet? ;)

  2. Fredrik Bodin says:

    First photo, very dramatic!

  3. Janet Lemnah says:

    Brian, These photos are spectacular! How/where did you take them? I can’t even imagine being that close, inside the house, watching this happen.

    I have enjoyed all the photos you have submitted.

  4. saint707 says:

    Oh, the fury! Great pics!

  5. Cynthia Hill says:

    Hi, wondering if you can tell me if the house, Mother Ann Cottage, is ok??
    You took your pictures from the front yard…..expect boulders in front yard, but please advise.
    Thanks a million.

    • house was fine as waves where coming in from right. water came over wall and pushed down the drive way. the snow acted as a wall witch was neat at first but then it pooled up making walked back more of a swim.

  6. Woah, I thought all the big waves were on the north side. I need to get out more. Nice shot Brian.

  7. Lowell Peabody says:

    Great catch! How wet did you get?

  8. Dave Moore says:

    Imagine being in the top of the lighthouse here and see this coming at you? :-O Yikes!

  9. gail byrnes says:

    Great shots!! Wow – I want to know how close you were, too!!

  10. Becky Bopp says:

    Wow, I lived in that lighthouse 18 years ago with the coast guard and saw the waves break two stories high! Got video tape somewhere.

  11. Kim Smith says:

    Great photos Brian! I would love to see more of your photography on GMG.

  12. Anonymous says:

    He’s the greatest storm photographer of all time!

  13. And people out west wonder why I fear (read “respect”) the ocean. It ain’t no creek in Missouri.

  14. Anonymous says:

    Good grief! I have a Schlemm painting done on this very spot !

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