Author Archives: Paul F Frontiero Jr

Wicked Tuna Hard Merchandise



 The Wicked Tuna’s “Hard Merchandise”

I caught the Hard Merchandise from the TV Show Wicked Tuna unloading a few Bluefin Tuna at the State fish Pier this Summer. One of the Tv crew members said the shows they’re filming will air in February 2015. So you may get lucky and watch them film on the Gloucester waterfront. The Hard Merchandise has been fishing for years here in Gloucester way before the TV show. They dock at the wharf behind the Madfish Galleries on Rocky Neck. I’m sure all their Fans will enjoy these photo’s. Video’s coming soon.


This? or This? That is the Question!

This? or This? That is the Question!






Snowy Daze on the Waterfront

Alexander Gerst’s Earth Time Lapses

Published on Dec 22, 2014

“Watch Earth roll by through the perspective of ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst in this six-minute timelapse video from space. Combining 12 500 images taken by Alexander during his six-month Blue Dot mission on the International Space Station this Ultra High Definition video shows the best our beautiful planet has to offer.”


Snow Day Drawing “The Gloucester Fleet” Series #1

Snow Day Drawing “The Gloucester Fleet” Series #1

Quick 10 Minute Drawing

From a photo I took of Peter Mondello’s Lobster Boat “Allison Carol” in 2008.

MISSING DOG! Eastern Point area near Nile’s Beach/Brace Cove, Bass Rocks and in between

GLOUCESTER FRIENDS – Eastern Point area near Nile’s Beach/Brace Cove, Bass Rocks and in between —
Ben’s dog has gone missing.
He’s a golden retriever – about a year old – who vanished late on Wed, 1/28. He does not have a collar; is very reddish, and a sweetheart. If you see a dog meeting this description please call Ben 802.349.9993


Huge Asteroid To Pass By Earth On Monday

Huge Asteroid To Pass By Earth On Monday

“On January 26/27, the asteroid 2004 BL86 will sweep past the Earth at a distance of 1.2 million kilometers, three times the distance of the moon. Closer asteroid approaches are common, but this one is gaining attention because of the size and brightness of the object involved.

The website Lunar Meteorite Hunters lists 41 close asteroid approaches in January alone. However, some are as small as 24 meters across. The larger representatives, such as the 1.1 kilometer 2062 Aten, will pass at least ten lunar distances (LD) away; 73 in Aten’s case.

What makes 2004 BL86 (also known as 357439) stand out is the combination of closeness and size. With a length somewhere between 400 and 900 meters, its passage at 3.1LD will be the closest approach of anything this size until 2027, unless an undetected object is waiting to give us a scare.”

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