Monthly Archives: November 2013

Boston Harbor Fishing Boats

The outer Boston Harbor has once again become a fertile fishing ground. Boats converge on the ledges and flats to pursue both lobsters and fin fish, coming from the harbors of South Boston, Hingham, Hull and Winthrop, among others.¬†Below are … Continue reading

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Picture of the Week: November Full Moon

November’s full moon last week: As seen at dusk, from high at the top of Whitney Woods in Cohasset, overlooking Massachusetts Bay.

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Forests and Quarries: Grape Island and Slate Island

The most noticeable characteristic of Grape Island may be its close proximity to the mainland of Hingham and Weymouth. Located just outside of the Weymouth Back River’s Mouth, the island may be literally a stone’s throw away from Weymouth Neck’s … Continue reading

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Picture of the week: Fall Sunset over Hingham Harbor

Fall sunset over Hingham Harbor.

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