Through the Lens Week - Part I

NOTE: New format ~ experimenting with  posting daily for the week. Enjoy ~ xxx

Through the Lens: I learn to listen to my authentic self. ~ carol


The 'old' Birdseye Build and the Greasy Pole on Cape Ann MA ~ Pavilion Beach for:

OUR WORLD TUESDAY LINK


The old Birdseye Building was historically home to Gortons and the famed 'Fisherman of Gloucester'. The Greasy Pole is an event during St Peter's Fiesta where usually males walk the greasy pole to capture the flag at the end of it.

Cape Ann MA is still struggling with winter. Yet, yesterday photographed some crocuses coming up through the ice and snow. There will be photos this week. Come back now y'all.

Wishing you the best in the day.

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QUOTE TO PONDER: ' Hope is a walking dream' ~ Aristotle

Comments

  1. Great photo and interesting buildings.

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  2. Great photo and thanks for sharing some of the history of the Birdseye Building..Have a happy week ahead!

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  3. How exciting to see life emerging, Carol! ...:)JP

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  4. Don't give up hope, Spring is just around the corner.

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  5. A pretty shoreline, quite the contrast with the industrial building. We've got lots of winter left where I live - we usually see snow into May.

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  6. It is so beautiful where you live. Blessings, Janet

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  7. a really impressive harbour photo Carol

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  8. you had so much winter this year didn't you? hope you have the prettiest spring and the loveliest summer to come.

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  9. Great shot of an interesting scene.

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  10. Nice photograph. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. Wonderfully composition of historical place.

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  12. Hmm, interesting photo and backstory.

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  13. Beautiful rock formation in the foreground!

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  14. Great photo! The buildings are interesting looking.

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  15. Wish I could say crocuses are coming up through the snow here. :)) It's good news that spring is working it's way north, though.

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  16. I always love your soothing photos of the water where you live-such a beautiful town.

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  17. Dearest Carol;
    The 'old' Birdseye Build is really wonderful and exotic for me♡♡♡ I miss these sea side beauty p;)

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

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