Sunday, January 3, 2010

Eastern Point in the snow

This was Eastern Point Light on New Years Morning. The temperature was in the 30s and the wind was calm, perfect for going out to the breakwater to see what is out there.

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Scenic Sunday

18 comments:

hip chick said...

It does look very pretty and calm...I bet it doesn't look like that this morning!

Kerri said...

Very pretty!!

Kim said...

Such a pretty shot Steve and it looks vaguely familiar to me, as if I have been their recently. ;-)

Steve Borichevsky said...

Thanks Kerry.

Hi Hip Chick, I don't know what it looks like this morning. I'm staying put!

LOL Kim, I offered to take you up onto the breakwater! ; ) (Kim recently visited to do some birding. It was about 10F and the winds were blowing about 15-30MPH. I was very happy she declined going topside.)

madcobug said...

Looks like such a quiet serene place to be, if it wasn't so cold. Helen

Eve said...

Beautiful photo Steve. I think it's going to be a snowy year for you all! (should I have said ya'll?) Enjoy! (no I'm not being sarcastic...it was spitting snow here yesterday and there is some in the forcast too!)

eileeninmd said...

It is a beautiful scene, Steve! Looks like a great place to check out the ducks.

Linnea W said...

It looks cold there! I love the scene, especially how the outline of the house and lighthouse is accentuated by the snow. Enjoy the day!

Denise said...

A lovely image Steve, from one who loves to see snowy pictures, it's truly gorgeous!

Roy said...

More snow Steve. The contrast of black and white is just great and a nice change.

The Early Birder said...

White on white. A classic composition Steve.

Kay said...

This is such a beautiful photo. Thank you so much for sharing it.

Chris said...

Wow this is a very nice picture.... Very strange to see it under snow now, but the effect is wonderful!

JPT said...

A nice - very white - shot!

Stine in Ontario said...

Lighthouses evoke nostalgic feelings in me! Cape Ann is such a beautiful place.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

That is really pretty Steve. I somehow find pictures of snow so attractive but please dont ask me to be the one taking them, I would freeze my you-know-what off. LOL!!

Mojo said...

I'm a huge fan of lighthouses, And I'm especially intrigued by these short ones you have up there and in the Pacific Northwest. All of the ones along our coast have to "bring their own elevation" so the towers are 100 feet or more tall and seem to sprout out of nowhere.

I'm curious ... with no markings on the tower that I can see, what does this light use for daytime identification? (Especially in weather like this!)

carol mattingly said...

Well don't you just think you're special posting this gorgeous photo. I would feel special if I were you. It's beautiful Steve. Carol

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