The views over Nauset Marsh to Nauset Spit, where Nauset Beach is separated from Coast Guard Beach by a breach, is spectacular… any time of the day, any time of the year.
I really liked this photograph looking through the trees out onto Nauset Marsh from the carving stone at Fort Hill. It was evening but there were still plenty of boats out enjoying the gorgeous summer weather.
Pretty photograph, don’t you think?
It was a beautiful evening for a walk at Fort Hill in Eastham. Through the abundant pink Everlasting Pea wildflowers in the meadows, you could see a 3-masted sailboat sailing across the horizon going from Nauset Beach toward Coast Guard Beach. It was gorgeous with Nauset Marsh in the foreground!
What do you think?
This was another gorgeous day to photograph Nauset Beach, part of the National Seashore, looking south toward Chatham. The lifeguard chairs are out and the beach looks pretty big for summer vacationers to enjoy. You can still see the roped off area for the Piping Plovers and Least Terns to nest.
Beautiful, don’t you think?
There is a tall post at Nauset Beach which tell you the distance to many far-away lands. It’s really fun to see the distance to London or Kauai or the Grand Canyon or Machu Picchu.
This photo also shows the new picnic area where Liam’s Clam Shack once stood.
Have you ever seen this cool sign at Nauset Beach? Have you ever been to one of the far-away lands?
We took a walk on Nauset Beach the other evening. It was just spectacular! You could see the clouds coming in for the storm, but the there were still some people enjoying their picnics before the sun was went down.
You can see the lifeguard stands high on the beach where a lot of sand has come back for the summer. The beaches look pretty big, even at high tide.
Nauset Beach in Orleans has changed dramatically since last summer. Liam’s Clam Shack is gone and replaced by 4 food trucks in the parking lot. They were not set up Friday when I was there. There are picnic tables to sit and eat. I’ll fill you in when I hear some feedback as to what kind of trucks etc.
Nauset Beach itself has gained a lot of sand back. I took this photograph about 2 hours before high tide. Truckloads of sand have been brought in to build up the dunes to protect the parking lot and restrooms, as you can see in the first photograph.
You can see the new ramp to the beach from where Liam’s once stood. It is fairly steep and has a railing down the center. It is made of a webbing that makes it easier to walk on than sand. There is also a nice new viewing platform at the top. The two paths to the beach at either end of the parking lot are less steep.