As we drove out of the parking lot at First Encounter Beach in Estham on Cape Cod, I noticed the silhouette of the leafless trees against the sand dunes. I thought it was so pretty.
A few clicks later, this is what I got. What do you think?
o simple and so pretty…
It was such a pretty day at the First Encounter Beach on Cape Cod and the sky was so blue, I just loved this photograph of a Seagull standing in the little inlet on the beach at low tide.
Such pretty coloring, don’t you think?
I was surprised to see how much the dunes have eroded at Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod from the storm last weekend. There was not a lot of beach left and it wasn’t even high tide.
It is amazing how the shoreline changes with each season, especially with the pounding storms in the winter.
I headed down to Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod for a walk after the snow the other night. The beach was spectacular and still full of snow!
You could see tracks from cross-country skiers, fat bike tire tracks, and foot prints. It’s such a comfort to know that the beach is always a great place for a walk in the winter, especially when it is icy outside.
It doesn’ get much prettier… and you can walk for miles!
It was a glorious morning after the snow at Meetinghouse Pond in Orleans on Cape Cod. The sun was coming up and the snow was piled on the trees.
I thought it was such a pretty winter scene, What do you think?
I looked out of our kitchen window yesterday as it was snowing and down by the water at Meetinghouse Pond in Orleans on Cape Cod was a Great Blue Heron…waiting for lunch! Between the snow and reeds he was somewhat difficult to decipher but being my favorite bird, I just knew it was “Blue.”
I have never seen a Great Blue Heron wading in the marsh by our house, so it was quite a treat.
Not a great photograph as it was snowing and it was through the wet window, but still one of “Blue!” Awesome!