Author Archives: Sharon

About Sharon

My passions include photography, music, people, teaching, learning, taking risks and asking "I wonder what would happen if I..."

Ardelle…yesterday

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Frequent Feathered Feeder Friend

I need to find a huge sale on sunflower seeds!

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Reminder – Yard Sale Today!!!

  Sorry, Joanne. I stole your post! :) It’s time for one of our HUGE indoor garage sales at 17 Kondelin Rd. #7 in Gloucester MA. Saturday April 6th, It will start at 9am and end at 3pm. Sorry, no early … Continue reading

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Off the Island

Plum Island I shot this and a bunch of other photos on Sunday using an old Nikkor 24mm f2.8 manual lens that I got at a yard sale for $15. It was more work, but if you have lenses from … Continue reading

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Great Expectations!

It’s huge!! 

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Next Auction Tuesday!

Cape Ann Auction Tues. March 26, 6pm  1 Lexingtion Ave, Magnolia Libary Magnolia Village in Gloucester, MA  This sale features a art, jewelry antiques & more from a Rockport MA home, incl: Art: – unsigned painting on wooden chair seat … Continue reading

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Cape Ann Farmers Market Fundraiser

Cape Ann Farmers Market has this commercial – created by Henry Ferrini – about their upcoming fundraiser at the The Cape Ann Community Cinema on April 28, 4 – 7 p.m.  featuring the film Betting The Farm.

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March 18, 2012

What a difference a year makes!

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Papa Mallard

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Reminder – Auction tonight- Magnolia Library

Walt Kolenda has moved his auction up the street a bit! More space! Don’t miss out on tonight’s deals. Always a fast-paced good time. See you there! Tues. March 5th, 6pm (preview 4-6) Charles Jones Hall  in the Magnolia Library 1 … Continue reading

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Agree or Disagree? I’m done! Bring on SPRING!

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Auction – March 5th – in Magnolia

From Walt Kolenda at Capeannauction.com Our first auction in 2013 will be a DOOZY! Don’t forget, we’re running in a new location and on a new night! Tues. March 5th, 6pm (preview 4-6) Charles Jones Hall  in the Magnolia Library … Continue reading

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2-25-13 Good Harbor before the Full Moon

Twin Lighthouses Also known as Cape Ann Light Station, these twin lights are the only surviving multiple lights on the coasts of the United States. The original 45-foot towers were constructed and lit in 1789—making them among the oldest of … Continue reading

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Last night’s Snow Moon ~Good Harbor

  From The Farmer’s Almanac: February’s full Moon is traditionally called the Full Snow Moon because usually the heaviest snows fall in February. Hunting becomes very difficult, and so some Native American tribes called this the Hunger Moon. Other Native American tribes called this … Continue reading

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Over at Joey’s-

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An Indoor Flea Market this Saturday!

From my friend Walt Kolenda: Laurel Tarantino is hosting an indoor flea market at the Pond View Village Community Center on LePage Ln. off of Essex Ave. in West Gloucester.So far there are at least 12 vendors. It looks like there … Continue reading

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Good Morning!

Just came across this from 2011

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Frozen Salt Water – Eastern Point

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Peregrine hunting on Wall St.

Once an endangered species in the United States, North American peregrine falcon populations have made a great comeback due to bans on usage of DDT and similar pesticides. I just took these photos at 10:30 on Wall St. overlooking Cripple … Continue reading

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Canines up, Humans down! ~ Off Bray Street

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Wolf Moon

The Wolf Moon is a name for the full moon that occurs in January. This name is popularly attributed to the Native Americans. According to popular culture this name was chosen because they heard hungry wolf packs howling outside the villages. This full moon is also known … Continue reading

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Off the Breakwater

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Wind-Powered

Sharon Lowe Photography

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Winterful Color

 

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Padre Pio

 

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