Le Count Hollow Beach is just beautiful on this sunny day. It’s a long walk down those huge dunes, but worth every minute!
Have you ever been to Le Count Hollow? Gorgeous, don’t you think?
As I was taking a walk to the beach a couple of days ago, I heard that familiar sound that reminds me so much of summer… the sound of the Osprey calling. I looked up and there it was, flying right over me. I only got one photograph and this is it!
We are so lucky that there is an Osprey’s nest right on the salt marsh which is very close to our home. When I walked by yesterday, I could see one Osprey perched on the post by the nest. How exciting! It is so much fun to watch the babies grow and learn to fly!
Every time we hike by this tree I think I really should take a photo of these crazy roots. It’s a fairly large tree so you wonder how only only a few of its roots are keeping it alive.
Pretty cool, Don’t you think?
The waves at Nauset Light Beach were just beautiful. I loved this photograph of the beach with the ominous clouds in the background.What do you think?
Have you ever been to Nauset Light Beach?
The waves at Coast Guard Beach, part of the National Seashore, have been unbelievable the past few days. By mid-morning on Saturday, the surfers started showing up. The word must be out… “Surf’s Up!”
I loved this simple photograph of the windblown dune at First Encounter Beach in Eastham, Most of the footprints have been blown away. I took several photos of this dune. (Click on blog link to see other photo.)
I couldn’t decide if I liked the 1st one or the 2nd one better. The 2nd one tells a much different story as you can see the windblown tree and bushes with branches only on one side and the dramatic clouds in the sky.
Which one do you like better?