Category Archives: Cape Cod Photography

First Encounter Beach Hut On Cape Cod



The little entrance hut at First Encounter Beach in Eastham on Cape Cod looks pretty desolate this time of year. But there are still many people who come down to enjoy a walk on the beach or just to sit in their cars and enjoy the ambiance of beautiful Cape Cod Bay.

First Encounter Beach is a place on Cape Cod with historic significance. It was so named because it is the site of the first encounter between Native Americans and the Pilgrims prior to their settling in Plymouth.

Pretty soon this little hut will be the welcome mat for all who want to enjoy a day at First Encounter Beach!

Love The Little Sanderlings Along The Shores Of Cape Cod


I just loved this photograph of these four little Sanderlings on the shores of Cape Cod as they braved the heavy winds by the ocean. All of the birds were facing right into the wind so they looked like they were all in perfect formation!

Cute little guys, huh?

Portrait Of A Seagull At Nauset Beach On Cape Cod



It was one of those days when you walk on Nauset Beach and the seagulls just stare at you and don’t move. The wind is blowing, the sun is shining and it’s a glorious day!

This guy just stood in the water and watched as I clicked away. Cute little guy, don’t you think?

Rusty Treasure On Nauset Beach In Orleans On Cape Cod


It’s so much fun to walk along the beaches of Cape Cod and look for little treasures along the shore. Yesterday I saw this piece of an old board with something very rusty on top of it.

I have no idea what it is, but my imagination kicked right in! Is it from an old ship that sunk out here in the ocean? What on earth could it be?

Did you ever find an old treasure that really got your imagination going?

Pretty Driftwood On Nauset Beach In Orleans On Cape Cod



I don’t see many pieces of driftwood on the beaches in Cape Cod, so it was a treat to see this piece of driftwood on Nauset Beach. It looked like it had washed in and was somewhat buried in the sand.

I wonder how many people photographed this piece of driftwood?