A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday

'And now we welcome the new year. Full of things
that have never been.'
~ Rainier Maria Rilke


Rough seas, sea smoke and cold wintry weather on Cape Ann MA.
Yet working boat is heading out to sea from port.




'Sea Smoke' on Cape Ann MA
Working boat braves the wintry cold.


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'artmusedog' aka zoe



'carol'

Comments

  1. We do this often, but in California. On a pleasure boat though, not a working boat. It's grand fun.

    Have a fabulous day. Scritches to Zoe. ♥

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  2. Looks too cold and windy for me. Hope you have a wonderful 2018!

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  3. Hari OM
    ...the fish don't know it's a holiday! Hope you have had a warm day inside with your furkid! YAM xx

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  4. I respect people who head out to sea in waters like that. I'd be sicker than a dog before we even cast off.

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  5. The water does look icy cold blue ... beautiful but rough for those who work in it. Thanks as always for sharing your world.

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  6. I wouldn't want to go out on that boat today for anything. They are dedicated workers.

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  7. Beautiful shots! Your photos really depict the choppy waters and cold weather. Happy New Year! xx

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  8. Baby it's cold outside! Especially on the water. I did a 2017 Rear View Review.

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  9. That water looks a bit rough and very cold. Happy New Year to you Carol.

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  10. Hello, I have seen sea smoke. The water does look rough, the boaters are such brave people to go on the water on these cold winter days. Stay warm and safe. I hope you have a great new day and new week of 2018, Happy New Year!

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  11. Wonderful photos. I have a real respect for those who make their living by going out to sea no matter what the weather.

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  12. that quote is one of my favorites, I love it! DakotasDen

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  13. I like those days, of the wind hitting your face in the cold. Happy new year :-)

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  14. I always think of those who go out in stormy weather, stormy seas ... may they keep safe.
    Great photograph.

    All the best Jan

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