I took three photographs of Race Point from Herring Cove Beach the other day and then edited them a little differently. (Click on blog link for other photos.)
Wondering which one you like best?
Number 1, 2 or 3?
When you think of Cape Cod, many people think of the beautiful beaches and the iconic beach fences. I loved this one at Herring Cove Beach right after it had snowed. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
I took the same fence from two different perspectives. Which one do you like better?
The clouds look almost like a watercolor painting, don’t you think?
We took a ride up to Provincetown yesterday to see what Herring Cove Beach looked like after the storm last week. They sure did get a lot of snow up there! We could see the snow on the dunes as we were driving into Provincetown. (Click on blog link for other photo.)
When we got to Herring Cove Beach, we had to very carefully walk from the parking lot to the beach trail. Each trail had a lot of deep snowdrifts on it. It’s the most snow I’ve seen at the beach in a long time, much more than Wellfleet or Eastham.
In the last photograph, you can see the erosion mitigation fences. It was such a pretty day as the sun had just come out after many days of cloudy weather. You can even see Race Point in the distance.