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.
There was no shortage of spooky images at Bass Hole Sunday morning thanks to the low tide, a rolling fog, and a very busy spider.
I followed the moon to Yarmouth at around 5:00 AM today. Its position in the sky as it set was that of the setting sun during winter. I am only aware of this because I took these photos from a location from which I used to capture the setting winter sun.
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.
About a week ago I had the pleasure of taking in a calm morning in Yarmouth. I managed to push my coffee tumbler a few inches down in the sand and then prop a pocket camera on top to capture the moment.
Little wonder why I was the only one at each beach I visited this morning. It was cold with a brisk wind off Cape Cod Bay.
For me the lure of a setting moon over the bay at low tide was too much to pass up.
The Beach Rose, Rosa Rugosa, is not a native plant to Cape Cod. But it doesn’t prevent any other species from growing or thriving in the same environment.
Enjoyed watching these roses in bloom at a great location today.