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.
For a number of reasons I did not go to Bass Hole once this summer. I will visiting this popular spot soon.
I have been here many times but feel I could or should have come here more often.
The board walk is still closed off because of damage it took in a storm earlier this winter. But it was still a great night. Great views without freezing or being eaten alive by mosquitoes. And a big not quite full moon.
Only a little wind and less sound, it was a serene and peaceful morning.
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.
Gray’s Beach is a place where you are more comfortable when it is cool and windy. It is especially so at low tide as it has a tendency to get buggy.
The long board walk way out into the salt marsh makes this a popular spot to enjoy the setting sun.
Because of the changes the tide brings to life on the salt marsh, Gray’s Beach, also known as Bass Hole, offers a variety of things to look at on each visit.