Tuesday, December 2, 2008

The Elizabeth at Cape Pond Ice

© 2008 ShootingMyUniverse
This is one of the last remaining ice companies in Gloucester where boats can come in and load tons of ice to keep their catch fresh at sea. This was taken on a foggy day with the harbor dead calm.

5 comments:

Eve said...

I just love the colors and the water reflection!! Nice...but I've got more ice than I like right now Steve!!!

NCmountainwoman said...

Lovely photographs. I'm so glad I've found your blog. I look forward to the archives and your wine blog as well.

Kallen305 said...

Seeing all of your pictures reminds me how much I miss the coast of Massachusetts. I have not been to Gloucester in years and should really get back.

Love the boat and the ripples in the water.

SAPhotographs (Joan) said...

I love coming to your blog Steve as I never know what you will post next and your photography is so different to mine. In all my travels I never went to your area and it seems like I have missed out on some beautiful country. Thanks for showing it to me.

Steve B said...

Hi Joan and Kim,
Yes, Maritime New England is a special place and Gloucester is rather unique. It's still a has working boats and therefore has an edge to it. It's given me plenty to shoot and takes me out of my wild bird comfy zone.

Hi Eve,
Seeing your post on the last couple of days, I can understand why you don't need ice.

Welcome NCMountainWoman. She has a great SMU type blog and today she posted some Pileated Woodpeckers.

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