East Gloucester Waterfront — pat morss

A beautiful but quiet Sunday down on the waterfront. The Right Whales are migrating through, so lobstering is curtailed to reduce entanglement. It’s a bit more active with the fishing fleet, over at Gloucester Marine Railways.

99 of the estimated 350 remaining North Atlantic Right Whales are in Cape Cod Bay
The lobster boats are in and the traps are dry
Trap bridge
Buoys need some tender loving care
Waiting patiently
Still looks like winter, across at the railways on Rocky Neck
Rose Bing getting some attention
Waiting for a customer
In port on Sunday
Organized jumble
Ocean Alliance continues its work with the whales, from the former Paint Factory

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