I was hiking on the trail at Fort Hill by the water’s edge yesterday morning when I noticed that it was really low tide. I had never seen it that low there. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
Usually at low tide I can see the first 3 taller rocks jutting out from the shore but there were so many more that you could see. And I don’t remember ever seeing such a large sandbar behind the rocks. Wow!
I couldn’t decide which photograph I liked better: the one with the water and sand in the foreground or the one with the beach grass. What do you think?
3 thoughts on “Nauset Marsh On Cape Cod: Two Perspectives”
While I very much like the clear shallow water in the foreground of one photo, I also like the panoramic feeling of the photo with the beach grass. The building (lighthouse?) in the distance is clearer, too.
That’s Coast Guard Station at Coast Guard Beach in the distance!
Wow, Mel, both of these are so pretty!! I love them both equally.
The beach grass presents such a lovely pattern of swirls and tufts.