The dunes on Coast Guard Beach have changed so much over the winter. You can see all of the dark brown undergrowth and roots that are now exposed. The clouds and sky were so interesting.
I edited the photograph in 2 subtle ways. I couldn’t decide which one I like better. What do you think?
We looked out into our yard yesterday as we were clearing winter brush and branches, and there was a yellow Daffodil right in the middle of the woods. What a treat! I had to walk out to see what it was.
So here is a macro of its beauty and one so you can see how far into the woods it grew without a lot of sunshine.
I thought this would be a fun blog today in that winter has been soooo long and yesterday felt like the first day of spring. And the forecast for today is for sleet and freezing rain with temps in the 30s… Brrrr.
It was a beautiful day to walk along Herring Cove Beach toward Race Point Lighthouse. I love the deep blue color of the ocean with the white lighthouse in the background.
What do you think?
The clouds were spectacular at Boat Meadow Beach the other day. It was low tide and so pretty.
What do you think?
I love this part of the hiking trail at Fort Hill that overlooks Nauset Marsh with Coast Guard Station in the distance. I always wonder why the rocks are lined up by the shore, Usually there is a Seagull sitting atop one of them.
Pretty, don’t you think?
It seems like each time we drive to Herring Cove Parking lot on Herring Cove Beach, the parking lot is a bit smaller. The winter storms really took a huge chunk out of it. There’s still room for some cars, but nearly as many as before as you can see by the barriers across the lot.
There is still a much larger parking lot just a few yards away, with restrooms, that holds quite a few cars which is where most of the people who enjoy Herring Cove Beach can park.
Still love the view down to Race Point in the distance.