I recently caught a glimpse of a sunset at Bass Hole. It never disappoints.
There can be different moods in the same sky depending which direction you are facing. Many, if not all, are captivating.
I had a great time on the boardwalk at Bass Hole this afternoon. A bit breezy but sunny, for the most part.
The wind from the south was still strong this morning after the overnight storm. . . . So strong it was easy to imagine being blown down the boardwalk into a foggy abyss.
Last week I walked Chapin beach at low tide and was able to capture some images of the boardwalk at Bass Hole/Gray’s Beach. This morning I walked the boardwalk and took photos towards Chapin Beach as well as others.
A lot of people enjoyed tonight’s sunset at Bass Hole tonight. Quite a few were out on the boardwalk but many others took in the evening from the benches and other spots.
For a number of reasons I did not go to Bass Hole once this summer. I will visiting this popular spot soon.
The gnat’s feasted on human’s tonight at Bass Hole. But the view was worth every bite.
Thanks to the strong wind I was able to visit Bass Hole last night for a little while. This time of year at low tide the air is thick with hungry flying insects.