MAGICAL AND EVOCATIVE GLOUCESTER WINTER WONDERLAND

pavillion-band-stand-stage-fort-park-copyright-kim-smithThis morning’s snow and ice lingered all day, shrouding the city in such a hauntingly beautiful manner that I couldn’t help but take the late afternoon off and went looking and taking as many photos as possible before the sun set.  stage-fort-park-copyright-kim-smitheastern-point-lighthouse-snow-copyright-kim-smithbrace-cove-house-copyright

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9 thoughts on “MAGICAL AND EVOCATIVE GLOUCESTER WINTER WONDERLAND

    1. Yes it truly was magically beautiful Mary, I so wish there were twice as many hours in a day. I got some outstanding very frozen Niles Pond landscape footage for Mr. Swan’s film, too!

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      1. I remember some cabbages and broccoli along with others fare better to when frosty shows up – the back and forth is touch on a everything including pipes burst, not to mention back shoveling the days were all you see it the shovel above and snow fly with no human visible that’s the storms that are painful! Dave

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