While walking out to Nauset Spit on Coast Guard Beach, Phil and I thought there were many new rocks on the Nauset Beach side. It looked like piles of rocks. I didn’t think that could be, so I went to investigate.
As I got closer I could hear the seals. They were really loud and there were hundreds of them basking in the sun. I had never seen so many there before. No wonder the Great White Sharks love this particular area. There sure is plenty of food!
There are so many multi-colored canoes and kayaks at Hemenway Landing in Eastham on Cape Cod this summer. They make for a wonderful photograph!
Pretty soon we will see them slowly dwindle away as they are put away until next summer. But maybe we still have a few more weeks to paddle this glorious Nauset Marsh! It doesn’t get much better.
Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod is gorgeous anytime of the day or anytime of the year. I love it in the early morning before all the crowds come. You have the whole beach to yourself… for a while anyway.
Nauset Beach is part of the Cape Cod National Seashore and one to put on your Bucket List when you’re on Cape Cod!
We hiked down Coast Guard Beach to the Nauset Break the other day. It seems like it it forever changing with the weather and the tides.
This day was just spectacular with the sun shining and the blue sky. Phil clicked this pano of me looking out at the break. You can see Nauset Beach in the distance. Solitude at its best…
It was a spectacular day at Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod. Nauset Beach is part of the National Seashore and one of the most popular beaches on Cape Cod.
Have you ever been to Nauset Beach? Pretty, don’t you think?
There isn’t a photograph of Nauset Beach in Orleans on Cape Cod that isn’t spectacular! I loved this one of the boardwalk from Liam’s Restaurant to the beach. So pretty…
What do you think?