Tag Archives: Vacation

Enjoying Cape Cod

Continuing my vacation… Visiting a friend on Cape Cod! Lovely beach! The prettiest house on this beach, in my opinion, is this one: There’s nothing like the feeling of the waves tickling your toes! A perfect beach day! Cape Cod … Continue reading

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Vacation sky

        Photos taken on the NY-PA border.   – Matthew Green

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Enjoying vacation in New York State

I’m sorry to have missed the  Gloucester Street Bazaar, but I’m off having a grand old time with family in New York State.  This is part 1 of a 2-part vacation, so I won’t be back with new Gloucester photos … Continue reading

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Another memory of France

Another shot I took during vacation last fall… this is St. Suplice church in Paris. – Matthew Green  

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GloucesterCast Podcast 4/25/13 With Guest Kim Smith

GloucesterCast Podcast Taped 4/25/13 With Host Joey Ciaramitaro and Guest Kim Smith Click to listen- Topics Include: Spring, Planting, Mayor’s Poll On Good Harbor Beach Footbridge, Kim’s Black Swallowtail Butterfly Movie, Community Milkweed Planting Project, Kim’s Prius, Paul Morrison and … Continue reading

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Dreaming of vacation in Lisbon – Não há mais neve

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Paris, New and Old

Here are two photos from the Rue Rivoli in Paris, from my vacation last October. First, the tower of St. James (formerly part of a church, which is long gone):   I like the close proximity and similarity of the … Continue reading

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Greetings Friends From Playa Del Carmen Your Boy Joey and Da Rabbit Wishing You Well :)

Lunch

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Luminous French architecture

  Several people have recently mentioned how much they enjoy my photos from Paris. Here are a few more! Gothic architecture often gets a bad rap as being dark and gloomy. It can be dark and gloomy at night, but … Continue reading

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Can we get this at the McDonald’s on Maplewood?

Wouldn’t it be nice if the local McDonald’s sold locally made Italian pastries? Something like this: Yes, that’s a pastry counter at a McDonalds! More specifically, in the “McCafé” part of a McDonald’s in the Les Halles shopping center in … Continue reading

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Inside the church shown in my last post…

…it looks like this:   It’s St. Germain L’Auxerrois.  The one where there are Jelly Babies in a little park out front… Photographed during my vacation last fall. – Fr. Matthew Green

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One of life’s great mysteries. ..

Inevitably every vacation no matter where the destination this scene plays out- We set up on the beach, tip the guy to bring the umbrella and table set-up and settle in for a tough day.  We walk to the most … Continue reading

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Happy New Year!

How better to start the New Year than with beauty? Here are more shots from my October vacation in Paris – these ones are from the cathedral of Notre Dame (with a hat-tip to the Catholic feast day today, Solemnity … Continue reading

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The lion does NOT sleep

“I said, no photos!!”, this lion seems to say. I “shot” him in front of the church of St. Sulpice in Paris. – Fr. Matthew Green  

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The Louvre seen from Les Tuileries

Another of my photos from Paris… – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Fish Folding, and Candles in St. Sulpice in Paris

Hope to see you today for fish folding at The Hive! (Buoy painting is going on at Art Haven, so we’re keeping the paper and the paint separate.)  The origami tree is practically ready! David, Mary Ann, and I added … Continue reading

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Under the Arc de Triomphe

Shot during my vacation in Paris.  We should get one of these in Gloucester. – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Another weird photo from France

The person underneath looks like he’s pointing at the horses and saying, “What’s up with these guys? Did I miss a joke or something?” Taken at Les Invalides during my vacation in Paris. – Fr. Matthew Green

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Memories of Paris

More scrumptiousness from my recent vacation in Paris… the Eiffel Tower at night. No tripod, zero retouching. Have I mentioned how much I love this camera? – Fr. Matthew Green

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“What are you lookin’ at?”

Another Parisian gargoyle photo for Halloween… Looks like he’s shouting at the tourists: “Hey, what are you lookin’ at?” My best gargoyle photo from this vacation will be up tomorrow on Halloween itself. – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Gargoyles enjoying the view?

Another gargoyle photo from my vacation, in the spirit of Halloween. It looks like they’re watching a football game or something. These are on Notre Dame cathedral in Paris. – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Unhappy gargoyle

Is he nauseated, or just bored?  I shot this photo at the Abbey of Solesmes in France, during my recent vacation. – Fr. Matthew Green  

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Representing at the Arc de Triomphe

- Fr. Matthew Green

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Parisian Light

I have lots of photos to bring back to Gloucester… Around 700 so far, I think. It will take me a while to get them all adjusted and processed, but here’s another sample, from inside the church of St. Sulpice.

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Greetings from France

Greetings from France! This is the famous Abbey of Solesmes, in the area of Sarthe, west of Paris. I was here for two days, soaking in their amazing Gregorian Chant (and taking photos of the monastery buildings and gardens), before … Continue reading

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