Category Archives: Gloucester sunrise

JUST ANOTHER GLORIOUS GOOD HARBOR BEACH SUNRISE SCENE

Turning violet to orange, within moments, a glorious Good Harbor Beach third day of summer sunrise.

Magnificent Summer Solstice Sunrise

Joyous Summer Solstice Sunrise!

Calm Before the Storm

Good Morning! Brought to you by Rocky Neck–from an exquisitely sunny and peaceful morning.

Mr. Swan Update Rescue #2

Angel Swan Sleeping

Thanks to Lyn Fonzo, Dan Harris, Skip Munroe, Skip Hadden, Duncan, Stephanie, Lillian, a bunch more Eastern Point residents, Steve Monell and a pair of “angel” swans, our Mr. Swan has flown off the ice at Niles Pond. As Lyn shared earlier, two Mute Swans flew to Niles Pond, landing precisely at the same spot where Mr. Swan was resting. They must have been very tired because the mysterious swans immediately closed their eyes and took a nap while Mr. Swan watched over the pair. He eventually dozed off, too. After a long rest, all three departed the Pond, circling around and then heading over Brace Cove towards Rockport. Mr. Swan had some difficulty but perhaps encouraged by the presence of companions, he successfully took off.

Cape Ann residents please be on the look out for the three swans!

Without Dan and Lyn’s overnight vigilance against a coyote attack, our daybreak watch, and the angel swans I think it unlikely Mr. Swan would have survived this latest escapade. Our most heartfelt thanks to all who are keeping good watch over Mr. Swan and friends.

Notice the angel swans have black eyes. A friend asked if they could be Mr. Swan’s offspring. Possibly, but most likely not. Mr. Swan has blue eyes, which is not typically seen in these parts.

Mr. Swan is the tiny lump sleeping on the ice, toward the left. We don’t want to see you at Niles Mr. Swan until the Pond thaws!

GLORIOUS CHRISTMAS EVE GOOD HARBOR BEACH SUNRISE

Daybreak Christmas Eve Good Harbor Beach

IT WAS A GOOD HARBOR BEACH DOOZEY OF A DAYBREAK!

Good Morning! Brought to you by Good Harbor Beach.

The sky became increasingly dramatic as the sun rose under the thickening early morning clouds.