Someone has been busy at Nauset Light Beach. They have made 2 of these free-firm structures using only things found at the beach like driftwood and twine from the branches. Standing about 8′ tall, they are pretty cool looking. One is at the entrance to the beach by the trail and the other one is quite a ways down the beach toward Coast Guard Beach.
Have you seen them on the beach? Someone was being very creative!
We had just taken a nice walk on the beach and decided to have our “car picnic” overlooking the beach at Nauset Light Beach. There were 8 surfers out there trying to find that perfect wave. And then this bird flew in and landed on a small branch in front of our car overlooking the ocean. A perfect photo op!
It was an Eastern Kingbird and the first we have seen this year. What a treat! The Eastern Kingbird is a large flycatcher that is predominantly black and dark grey with white underparts.
Such a beautiful bird, don’t you think? Have you ever seen an Eastern Kingbird?
Look at those gorgeous clouds over Nauset Light Beach. They were just spectacular! With Coast Guard Beach closed, we have been walking at Nauset Light Beach in the morning. (Click on blog link for full photo.)
It doesn’t get much prettier!
The waves were huge yesterday and perfect for surfing at Nauset Light Beach. There were a lot of surfers out there, some in groups and some solo, all looking for the perfect wave. (Click on blog link for other photos.)
It was a gorgeous day with temperatures in the low 50s with quite a steady breeze. It was perfect for a long walk on the beach and then a picnic in the car watching the surfers out in the water.
It is amazing that they will surf any day of the year if the conditions are right!
The waves at Nauset Light Beach were just beautiful. I loved this photograph of the beach with the ominous clouds in the background.What do you think?
Have you ever been to Nauset Light Beach?