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A look out towards the Wingaersheek sandbar from Lighthouse Beach. The snow is approaching quickly and the wind is up for sure.
Thanks to Betsey and Paul Horovitz for the photo!
Nothing prettier than clean, crisp white snow…other than maybe bright blue, clear ocean water.
Last night, after being taken home by the wonderful CATA ADA (disability) lift bus, I walked into a dark and empty house. Finding no matches to light a candle, I located my dad’s 1970’s rechargeable flashlight. Still no matches, even though we had just bought three hundred at the dollar store. I opened the freezer door, and as it swung shut, it bit me. Not wanting to bleed all over the floor, I grabbed a napkin and a rubber band. My nurse friends may hate me, but all is well. Then the power came back on. I just had to laugh.
Caught in a wicked storm RoboCop had frozen solid within the ice. Now he could feel the sun and his energy was recharging. Soon he will break free to wreak justice on the not so innocent…His prayers have been answered. Little does he know another storm is already fast approaching which could prolong his confinement!!
I took another walk to Lanes Cove after I finished my shoveling today. The water level was higher than yesterday’s high tide and the breakwater had quite a bit more splash-over. If you watch carefully, you will see water pouring through the breakwater as well. I could not stand in the same place where I took my video yesterday because that location was underwater!
As another snow storm moves in the view from Lobster Cove in Manchester changes one day to the next.
About 3:45 on Friday, a front rolled through the area providing menacing clouds, incredible spots of sunlight and snow showers in the sky that melted before they hit the ground. Just incredible! Glad to live on Cape Ann and be able to see capture a few scenes like these. Click the images for larger view
Yesterday afternoon I drove from Rhode Island back up to Gloucester, and stopped several times to take photos of the clouds. In my photography workshop this afternoon at The Hive, I will be explaining (among other things) the techniques I used to bring out the contrast and detail in these photos.
I snapped these on Sunday Feb. 10. Amazing piles of snow!
Coming soon: some familiar smiling faces in the midst of the snow!
I took a stroll down Main Street to Stacy Boulevard and back at around 1:30PM, and although more than half of the stores are closed, we were mostly just getting wind and light rain at that point. The sea wasn’t even that choppy by the Fisherman’s Memorial. People were walking their dogs and driving around as usual.
Two hours later, the wind and rain are getting stronger…
– Fr. Matthew Green
Nothing much left to the Katia Surge this Saturday morning but every sunrise is worth making the coffee early.
We took a walk during the storm last night. Found Marie’s Pizza open.
Chris Moody was ready to close up, but he made us a pizza, and we sat and talked.
Hi there Joey,
Thought you might enjoy this video of the storm from space J
Part of the Roof blew off in Thursday’s storm, and also up-rooted a tree on the 13th green at Bass Rocks Golf Course. Some Golfers were happy the tree is gone, but Tracey the owner of the motel was not thrilled about the roof. Click on photos to enlarge.