After the Nor’Easter

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© Paul Mozell 2011

On the day after a surprise nor’easter brought high winds and several inches of snow to central New England in late October, skies were super crisp and clear.

The Great Marsh is a coastal wetland of 25,000 acres on the northern Massachusetts coast, It extends from Cape Ann to the mouth of the Merrimack River.

The northern end of Plum Island, Newburyport, MA. Large trees have been tossed on the beach by the high tides and strong winds.

These images are available as fine art prints and licensed stock photography.


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