I was at Skaket Beach last night to catch the last sunset of spring 2022.
I wasn’t alone. Summer bugs were there as well. Although counterintuitive, getting closer to the water brought more relief from flying insects. It often does because air currents are stronger.
The colors and texture of the clouds were amazing. The afterglow was hypnotic.
I had the pleasure to catch the first light of the day and the last this past Friday. This is from Friday evening in Orleans.
Today is the last day of summer. I will be sharing some moments from a memorable 2021 summer sunrise. Tomorrow I will be sharing a memorable sunset from 2020.
Here’s to the Summer of 2021!
Another sunny warm day, another bike ride to Namskaket Creek.
The late afternoon light accentuated the contrasts with light and color.
No crowd. Just cyclists zipping through.
I was on Chatham Light Beach well before sunrise today. There was a cool breeze from the north and a gentle pastel glow along the horizon.
There was a thick cloud layer blocking the iconic capture of the sun popping above the water.
I headed towards Orleans and was fortunate enough to capture another Cape iconic image of the sun rising above a bay. This was taken south of the Pleasant Bay, Orleans.
I can’t seem to get enough of Skaket Beach this week.
At sunset tonight with a strong wind off the water the look and vibe of this fabulous place was strikingly different from two days ago.
I was able to make it back to Nauset Beach today. After a day or so of clouds and some rain the sky cleared. It was warm (45 F) and simply spectacular.
You can see my YouTube video from today Here.
It was a great way to start the day, taking in the early color and the sound of the hypnotic surf.
Clouds moving through as the weather becomes more comfortable.
Had a good walk with only the sound of wind, waves, and birds.