What a sight to see all of these Cormorants enjoying their time on this Sunfish which was waiting to be taken out for the season. There was even a Cormorant standing on the mooring and more of them just swimming around anxious for that precious space to open up.
All I could think of was that I hope whoever owns this boat brought a big brush to clean it off. Or maybe just flip it over! The Cormorants were loving it!
This was such a pretty sunset at First Encounter Beach. The parking lot was packed as everyone waited around for that moment when the sun dips below the horizon.
I loved all of the reflections on the water. What do you think?
We finally got out yesterday afternoon when the storm let up a bit and were amazed at the huge waves on the ocean. We’ve never seen anything like them. They were humongous and just took your breath away. Wow!
This is one of my favorite pics of Coast Guard Beach from the road above. Look at those waves! Can you see the little people on the beach? Totally awe-inspiring…
The waves were pretty impressive on the Cape Cod beaches yesterday. We stopped at Nauset Beach, Coast Guard Beach, LeCount Hollow, and Whitecrest in Wellfleet. The waves were getting pretty big but it was the blowing sand that kept many people in their cars. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
The first photograph was at Nauset Light Beach. The last two were at Nauset Beach.
I wonder what the beach will look like today and after the storm…
The new piles of sand at Boat Meadow Beach are ready for Hurricane Lee as the storm approaches Cape Cod. There is usually so much erosion from the rain and high tides on the bay side beaches that they bring in extra sand before the storm.
Stay tuned and stay safe…