With temps finally resembling summertime and neighbors celebrating high school graduations – Hootie and the Blowfish at full blast? Seriously?- it was high time for me to get out and head to my favorite spot in Marblehead. Alas, a house right next door was also having a high school graduation celebration. Fortunately, no Hootie and the Blowfish was to be heard.
The sun was shining, there wasn’t a cloud in the sky and the temps were in the low 60s despite it being mid-November in New England. Today was a perfect day to witness -albeit a day early- the latest Super Moon. Lighthouse Point in Marblehead was a great place to witness the moonrise. It was a nice respite from the what had to be one of the longest weeks in recent memory. I hope you enjoy the pics as much as I did taking them.
A few additional shots I worked on today. Two of the pictures were taken today (2/6/16) around sunset in a remote part of Stoneham, Mass. That was the fun part. The not-so fun part was getting lost in the woods after it got dark. It was a good hour of hiking and what not, but next time I will stay on the beaten path. 😉