I wanted to post something special on the anniversary of 9/11 as so many people lost loved ones on that tragic day.
We were out on a hike about a week ago when I saw this dragonfly on the branch, glistening in the sun. I thought, “Maybe this will be a good one,” so I clicked away. I loved his round, blue eyes.
“The dragonfly symbolizes wisdom, change, transformation, light and adaptability in life. It shows up in people’s lives to remind them that they need to bring a lightness and joy to their life.The dragonfly has become a symbol for those who are grieving the loss of a loved one.”
The clouds were just spectacular over the salt marsh the other day. I love their reflection on the creek. The water looks so pretty.
What do you think?
I loved this photographs of the boats at Rock Harbor just after dawn. You can see the CG36500 docked in the foreground.
So pretty, don’t you think?
No matter which direction you turn, the views at Wellfleet Harbor are just gorgeous. We parked our car here and this was our view for a picnic lunch.
It doesn’t get much prettier, do you think?
This Eastern Bluebird was just gorgeous as he sat on one of the bird feeders in our yard.
He looks so regal. What do you think?
When we bought our kayaks 24+ years ago, it was one of the best purchases we ever made. I don’t think there is anything prettier than being out on the water, especially at Nauset Marsh. (Click on blog link for route photo.)
I loved this photograph of paddling one of the inlets in the salt marsh. It was fun to put our route in our GPS and see how far we paddled, which was almost 8 miles. Wow! Have you ever paddled Nauset Marsh?