Always a pretty sight from the meadow looking towards Ipswich Bay. This is the view from where our daughter will be married in less than two months!
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The top photo was taken with the iPhone 6plus, the second photo with my Fuji XE-1 at 50mm.
Reminder ~ Please join me tomorrow evening, April 29th, at 7pm at the Hamilton Wenham Public Library where I will be giving my Pollinator Garden program and screening several short films. This event is free and open to the public. I hope to see you there!
The Ipswich Bay view tonight. (click the photo for larger image)
The iPhone camera can’t even recreate the amazing colors that happened!
What a color change in 2 minutes! I bet you’ll see a few shots of this here on GMG.
Or at least that is what I saw in the clouds Sunday evening while exiting the Annisquam River to head home to Rockport.
Sun sets on Fiesta and Mother Nature looks over those on the sandbar at Wingaersheek Beach
Ipswich Bay Wooden Buoy Co. Bayview Photos by Anthony Marks
Mary Page Submits-
Hi Joey Love GMG thanks for your good work
This morning green buoy 29 was pulled by the coast guard for cleaning. Photo taken from Rust Island. Mary Page
Gail and Mary signing the second turbine arm Saturday.
Purple Heart Highway dedication from Linn Parisi
Lighthouse Beach and Ipswich Bay Panorama ~ Click to view full panorama
Last night we had a beautiful dinner at the home of one of our dearest friends, the Gale Family. Mom Kristina and daughter Sarah prepared a gorgeous dinner of salmon poached with a medley of vegetables, in parchment paper. I was too busy having fun and socializing and wish I had taken a photo of the salmon. We had sunset dessert on their west-facing porch, with its amazing views of Lighthouse Beach and Ipswich Bay.
Ben called it a Mackerel Sky
Living the Good Life!
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