Powdered Rooftops and Streets #GloucesterMA Winter snow

Winter walks and drives after snow storms February 15 and February 26, Gloucester, Mass.

Feb. 26 Powdered roofs and streets

on the morning after snowstorm left 8-10″

Feb. 26 – Boulevard and beaches

Feb. 26 Shades of Blue and powder

February 15, 2022 sunrise

February 15, 2022 Looking for Hibbard

Thinking about all the colors in snow with light and shadow, and artists impressions of white, prompted a brief mission to Cape Ann Museum followed by a Rockport confirmation pass. (I know the Motif has been rebuilt and situated, and the Hibbard hill is fancy. Still. The thrill of tracing is immediate here!)

Cape Ann and Monhegan Island Vistas, CAM temporary exhibition did not disappoint and marked a rare stop since pre-covid. In January 2021 I was masked and looking at another Hibbard on display at CAM.

artists specific to this post – Aldro Hibbard, Henry Martin Gasser, Don Stone

donut – snow day #GloucesterMA

Good morning Gloucester snow day scenes , February 8, 2021. Road crews and volunteers made quick work of clean up.

About Fishermen’s Wives statue by Morgan Faulds Pike here and Morgan Faulds Pike website here

About Fitz Henry Lane statue by Al Duca here

Awesome Easter Island head snow sculpture in #GloucesterMA yard

Gloucester, MA. The March 4, 2019 winter storm dropped great snow for sculpting. Check out the “Gloucester Island” snowman on Hartz Street near Jeff’s Variety thankfully lasting as long as the weather stays cold.

Gloucester Island_ snowman yard sculpture_20190307_Gloucester MA_© catherine ryan

 

Please leave a comment if you know of another must see snow sculpture in Gloucester.

The iPhone Chronicles by @CraigShoots: Snow day 2-6-14

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