Went out to the Chasm as the sun was going down, beautiful sounds coming from the ocean as the ocean was getting rougher.
On Tuesday before the storm came in went to Rafe’s Chasm and the seagulls were soaring with the winds.
Went to walk out to Rafe’s Chasm and the color of the ocean and clouds were so pretty. Happy Earth Day.
When the sun finally came out on Saturday decided to take a walk with social distancing.
Roaring ocean from Rafe’s Chasm on Friday
Amazing out at Rafe’s Chasm on Saturday almost sunset. Always careful out there, these waves were taken about 3.5 before high tide. The color were one of Mother Nature’s finest.
Too this from Rafe’s Chasm on Sunday, so clear.
What weather we are having. Hope everyone is getting outdoors to enjoy the gift of sun.
On Friday the wind and ocean put on a show. We are so lucky to live where we do.
A couple of hours before sunset the sun was shining on the Hiram Walker House.
Two different views and filters.
On Thursday took a walk out to Rafe’s Chasm before the sunset. So pretty out there, as soon as it gets dark, the deer and fox start their nighttime routines.
It never disappoints taking a walk out to Rafe’s Chasm.
FREE Trails & Sails events throughout Gloucester, Cape Ann and all of Essex County during two upcoming weekends September 21-23 & 28-30, 2018!
Ocean Views Walk from Ravenswood to Rafe’s Chasm Hosted by Cape Ann Trail Stewards
IPSWICH Come Paint with Me Decorative Painting Demonstration, Hosted by Johanne Cassia, American Folk Artist, AnnTiques’ owner. Co-founder of the Woman Owned Businesses Along the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway trail map celebrating street level, local women retailers from Gloucester, Essex, Ipswich and Rowley who share a regional ‘Main Street’ – Route 133/1A, part of the gorgeous 90 mile Essex Coastal Scenic Byway
ANDOVER: Addison Gallery of American Art Gallery Talk: Paul Manship and His Artistic Legacy Manship Artists Residency + Studios (MARS) President Rebecca Reynolds and Addison Gallery Associate Director and Robert M. Walker Curator of Art before 1950, Emerita Susan Faxon will discuss the significant work of Paul Manship, his influential presence in Gloucester, and his connection to the Addison.