Part I Superstorm Sandy Gloucester Trilogy
Filmed around Gloucester’s eastern most shores at noon during high tide on October 29, 2012 during Superstorm Sandy. Mother Ann Cottage fared well (the house next to Eastern Point Lighthouse), the swans were tucked in near the dock at Niles Pond, seagulls found shelter against a seawall, and the backshore road was still open (although jammed with sightseers) at the time of filming.
Music composed by Antonio Vivaldi ~ Le Quattro Stagioni, Opus 8, Concerto 2 in G Minor.
Part II Superstorm Sandy Gloucester Trilogy: Seagrass Fantasy
Filmed at Brace Cove during Hurricane Sandy October 29, 2012. Music composed by Camille Saint-Saëns.
Part III Superstorm Sandy Gloucester Trilogy: The Morning After
Filmed on October 30, 2012, the morning after Superstorm Sandy, at Brace Cove, Gloucester. We were very fortunate to miss the brunt of the storm and Gloucester survived with relatively only very minimal damage. A heavy and thick steely-gray bank of clouds dominated the sky, but the sun broke through for a brief period. The streaming shafts of sunlight created a beautiful ethereal glow filtering through the atmosphere. The wind was very strong and caused a good deal of camera shake.
Music composed by Norwegian composer Edvard Grieg and performed by the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Peer Gynt
Suite No. 1, Opus 46: Morning Mood.