Tag Archives: Cape Cod Bay

It Feels Like Summer On Cape Cod!

What crazy weather we’ve been having! Two weeks ago I had my winter parka on with hat and mittens and today it’s warm enough to sit on the beach! (Click on blog link for other photo.)

Yesterday started out cool and cloudy, but by 2:00 it had changed to sunny, hot and humid. I took a little bike ride and was so surprised to see all of the cars, and people, at First Encounter Beach. Wow! They were enjoying the first real sunny, hot day this season.

I guess it could be worse… one of my friends from the town where we used to live in Colorado was expecting 18-24″ of snow yesterday!

 

 

Surprises Come In All Directions On Cape Cod!

When I saw Provincetown Photography Page’s challenge of “glass” this past week on their Facebook page, I thought it would be fun to participate. Provincetown Photograph Page has a new challenge every week or two and they are so much fun to see. The creativity of the photographers is amazing! I wasn’t sure where I would find a photo to answer the challenge.

Yesterday Phil and I were down at the beach and when we started to drive away there it was in the side mirror… the perfect photo op for me in glass. I thought it was so cool as it portrayed Cape Cod, its beaches and its benches.

The moral of my photo: Don’t forget to look behind you and all around you. You never know what you will see!

 

Never A Dull Moment On Cape Cod… Even On A Rainy Day!

Yesterday was a rainy morning when we went for a “car picnic” at Boat Meadow Beach. It was raining pretty hard, but still so pretty. (Click on blog link for other photos.)

All of a sudden a car drove up and a lady pulled two cages out of the back of her car. It looked like Wild Care was going to release a bird on the beach. I didn’t get to speak with her as the raindrops were coming down pretty fast.

We watched as she carried the cages to the beach and released one seagull and then another. We watched them saunter around the beach and then both fly off. Wow!

Wild Care Cape Cod is amazing. The work they do to rehabilitate birds and animals is incredible and so wonderful to see their releases back into the wild.

Kudos to Wild Cape Cape Cod! We are all so fortunate to have you so close by!