I took a walk to Boat Meadow Beach the other morning and was surprised at how many birds there were on the beach. It was mid-tide …so not too high and not too low. I had my phone but had forgotten my camera. Thankfully, I don’t do that very often.
You can see the larger Seagulls with about 50 little Semipalmated Plovers scurrying about. When I got home and looked on my computer I could see two birds flying above. I thought it was so pretty.
I kind of like the grainy way it looks from zooming in on my iPhone. What do you think?
I loved this photograph of Boat Meadow Beach early in the morning. Such peace, tranquility and serenity…
It doesn’t get much better!
It’s a lot darker in the morning than it was a few weeks ago, so I have to adjust my bike riding time a bit and leave a bit later. I was crossing the salt marsh about 6:30 and I just had to stop and take a few photographs. It was just spectacular!
I edited them a couple of different ways. Which one do you like better?
This Egret was fishing for lunch in one of the tidal ponds on the salt marsh by Boat Meadow Beach. Just as we drove by, he dove in for his meal and… caught a fish!
Very cool, don’t you think?
This is such a typical photograph of early morn on Cape Cod Bay at low tide. No one around and the boats look like they are sleeping on the sand. I took this photograph at Boat Meadow Beach on one of my early bike rides.
The days are getting a little shorter, so it is a little darker when I go on my morning bike ride. I have to leave at 6:15, instead of 6:00. As I rode over the salt marsh, the sunrise to the east was just gorgeous!
It’s been so hot, it even looks a bit hazy.
What do you think?