A ShutterBug Explores ~ Our World Tuesday

'I go to nature to be soothed and healed and to
have my senses put in order.'
~ John Burroughs




Near the vicinity of 'Norman's Woe' on Cape Ann MA.
The area became famous after the poem, 'The Wreck of the Hesperus' by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

We are sharing with: Our World Tuesday



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'artmusedog' aka zoe


'carol'

Comments

  1. A lovely photograph and thanks for the John Burroughs quote.
    Wishing you a good week ahead.

    All the best Jan

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  2. beautiful photo, and that JB quote is a favorite of mine. Happy week to you!

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  3. The sea is always beautifully treacherous.

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  4. It is beautiful. I would love to be there to see and hear the waves breaking on the shore.

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  5. I can see why this location might be the source of wrecks … but the sound of the waves can still be soothing.

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  6. Norman's woe what a great name! Between his woe and the Wreck of The Hesperus it seems it could be a tad treacherous out there! Take care Spring is around the corner :)
    Wren xx

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  7. Wow, beautiful view of the coast! Enjoy your day, have a great week!

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  8. Stunning view! I'need to check out that Lonfellow poem

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  9. Beautiful. Just beautiful.

    Have a fabulous day, Carol. Scritches and lovies to Ms. Zoe. ♥

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  10. It's looking a little warmer. Enjoy your week.

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  11. Your ocean has more color today, so that means you're having blue skies. Hope your week continues to be filled with blue skies and sunshine.

    Worth a Thousand Words

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  12. Such a beautiful photo...perfect for the quote!

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  13. so beautiful! Oh how I would LOVE to live by the water!! Maybe when I win powerball tonight I will be able to lol

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