As I rode my bike to the Eastham side of Rock Harbor, the sun was coming up over the old fishing boats. I thought it was just spectacular. The sunrises have been amazing lately.
What do you think?
It was great to see this big class of entire families enjoying the knowledge of the National Seashore ranger on Coast Guard Beach. I’m sure they are learning about the beach and the salt marsh and erosion and the sharks and anything that is important on the National Seashore.
What a wonderful experience for all who were involved! It looked like a lot of fun!
The Cabbage White butterflies are in abundance here on Cape Cod. In the spring time it is very hard to get a photograph of them as they never stop flitting from plant to plant. This time of year, they may land on a plant and stay for a bit allowing for much better photographs.
They are such a pretty white butterfly with black spots on their forewings. The male has 1 spot, while the female has 2 spots. They are very common in North America.
Have you ever seen a Cabbage White butterfly?
It was a picture perfect, gorgeous day at Coast Guard Beach, part of the National Seashore. In fact, the weather the past few days has been spectacular!
This photo reminds me of the “last hurrah” before school starts for most next week. Sunny, warm and everyone just enjoying that last little bit of beach before school starts!
So pretty, don’t you think?