As we walked along Coast Guard Beach the other day, we could see a lobster pot had washed ashore near Nauset Spit. (Click on blog link to see other photo.)
I took one photograph in color and Phil took one in black and white. Amazing how different they look!
I loved this photograph of these two fishing boats at the dock in Wellfleet Harbor. So pretty in black and white…
This is such a pretty view of the Pilgrim Monument in Provincetown from the pier downtown. The Pilgrim Monument was built to honor the Pilgrims’ first landing in Provincetown in 1620. President Theodore Roosevelt laid the cornerstone of this 252 foot tower in 1907.
Besides being able to walk up to the tower and see for miles, there is a museum on the ground floor that is very interesting and educational.
Commercial Street, the main street in downtown Provincetown, is a wonderful place to shop and walk around and get a real feel for this unique New England town.
Have you ever been to Provincetown?
It was a stormy morning at Boat Meadow Beach. You could see the dark clouds rolling in, making it almost ominous.
I loved this photograph in black and white. What do you think?
I loved this black and white photograph that Phil took of Rock Harbor early one morning last week. It looks like a “retro” photo of the area. You can see all the beach grass that washed up on the dock from the high tides.
What do you think?