Monthly Archives: October 2012

Hurricane Sandy

Here are two Hurricane Sandy photos taken during the peak of the storm (around 5PM) from Jerusalem Road in Cohasset, looking Northeast toward open ocean. Below is a picture of a giant wave coming in, probably the biggest I have … Continue reading

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Boston Harbor Picture of the Week: Lighthouses

Despite being 2.7 miles apart, these two Lighthouses, Boston Light and Graves Light look very close together when viewed from Fort Revere in North Hull. Here is a shot of Boston Light in the foreground, with Graves in the back, … Continue reading

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Eurodam in Boston Harbor today

The cruise ship Eurodam arrived in Boston Harbor early this morning. But she did not stay very long. She was back on her way out to sea this evening. She made quite a sight early on a clear blue sky … Continue reading

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Casco Bay – Does it get any better than this?

Here is some great footage from my time up on the waters of Casco Bay this weekend. Ok, ok, I get it….too much time spent on Maine….stay on topic (Boston Harbor)….but having the Northern exposure that it does, Maine’s boating … Continue reading

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Boston Harbor Picture of the Week: Calf Island

A view looking Northeast of the Rocky shores of Calf Island and little Calf Island in the distance. Located about seven miles East of the Boston Waterfront, these are some of the most remote and desolate islands of the outer … Continue reading

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East Boston Waterfront Views

Above: A broad view of the Boston skyline as seen from the docks of East Boston. Historically, this area has been heavily industrial and has not been heavily developed in the past several years. Today, there is large amount of … Continue reading

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Guided missile destroyer Dauntless docked in Boston Harbor today

It was a pretty awesome sight to see this morning on the way into work- a sleek, modern, naval ship docked in Boston Harbor. I did some brief research on the world wide web and quickly discovered that this ship, … Continue reading

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Lots of Mackerel hanging out at the B Buoy

The mackerel bite is on out by the B buoy, indicating that fall fishing season is still underway. I was hanging out near the B Buoy on Saturday, trying to catch some cod, but all I kept getting was mackerel. … Continue reading

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Visiting Castle Island

When you go to Castle Island on a rainy fall day- like this past Sunday- when you are the only one there, it looks kind of spooky. Sometimes it is easy to forget how spooky Castle Island can look when … Continue reading

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Boston Harbor photos from one cold fall week

The temperatures around the Boston Harbor are really fell this week. If there is one place that you will feel cold when the weather starts to turn, it is out on the water. Here are some photos I took this … Continue reading

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