Tag Archives: Gloucester Skyline

WOWZER!!

Head of the Harbor WOW factor sunset.Not too shabby from the the state fish pier, either!

Plum violet – when red meets blue.

 

BEAUTIFUL DECEMBER SUPER MOON OVER GLOUCESTER

Last of the 2016 super moon trifecta, the December Frost Moon (also called Full Cold Moon and Long Night’s Moon by Native Americans) was the brightest moon of the year according to the Farmer’s Almanac. Whatever called, it was stunning to watch as it went down over Gloucester’s skyline on Tuesday morning.full-cold-moon-frosty-moon-december-2016-fitz-henry-lane-house-gloucester-ma-copyright-kim-smithfull-cold-moon-frosty-moon-december-2016-fitz-henry-lane-house-gloucester-ma-4-copyright-kim-smith-copyfull-cold-moon-frosty-moon-december-2016-maritime-gloucester-ma-3-copyright-kim-smith

Vibrant Sunset After April Shower

An April shower came and went. See more from this series on Good Morning Gloucester.

Gloucester City Skyline Sunset -6 ©Kim Smith 2015.J

Snapshots from Recent Treks Around Eastern Point

Gloucester Skyline ©Kim Smith 2014Gloucester Skyline Winter Sunset

In preparation for my adventure to Mexico to film the Monarchs, nearly every afternoon I have been “hiking” around Eastern Point. According to my car odometer, from the Niles Beach parking lot to the lighthouse and back is just a little over two miles. I realize that I must look fairly comical with headphones, hiking boots, and loaded down with a full backpack, all while trying to dodge the black ice. The walk is always beautiful–the freezing temperatures and icy roads not so much!

Raymond's Beach ©Kim Smith 2014Raymond’s Beach Sunset

Raymond's Beach Cherry Tree ©Kim Smith 2014Raymond’s Beach Cherry Tree

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Eastern Point Lighthouse sunset ©Kim Smith 2014Eastern Point Lighthouse