I went to several places along 6A tonight. There were thick clouds along the horizon once again tonight.
My last stop was at First Encounter Beach in Eastham. It was chilly with strong winds. You can see the agitated surface of water even in the small pool left from the tide going out.
You never know what you may find when you look to the sky. In the east clouds rest above the growing vegetation.
Warmer weather, warmer colors, happy sea gulls.
Clouds moving through as the weather becomes more comfortable.
Had a good walk with only the sound of wind, waves, and birds.
The same oppressive humidity that makes me feel sick and miserable also creates a lot of fun with early morning light and color.
I spent some time in sandwich this morning and then popped over the bridge for a while.
My expectations were low because the afternoon was very cloudy. But at Twilight the sky was clear along the horizon. I got to Lewis Bay just in time.
I went to Bass Hole in Yarmouthport twice this week, on Sunday and again on Friday.
The visits were short But both times I was glad I made my way over there.
It’s a very popular place that time of the day during the summer. It’s an interesting shared experience where all were in some state of awe.
Late this afternoon I escaped the heat by going to Sea Gull Beach to sit facing the breeze off the water. I did that for a while, enjoying the sound of the wind and rhythmic waves. Before and after getting lost in my own thoughts and non-thoughts I took some pics.
A south facing beach was a great place to catch the rising sun and the setting moon this morning. I don’t thing I was alone with that opinion.
Sometimes I make new friends on the beach in the early morning hours. Someone who seems to be taking in the beauty of nature along with me. … someone who will be my focal point, a silhouette against the morning light, even photo bomb here and there.
Quite a few whales off Race Point this afternoon.
A tough distance and angle to see much of the whales but caught the feeding frenzy the gulls were having.
Wasn’t the only one out here today.