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Beautiful View Of Nauset Marsh On Cape Cod.


Nauset Marsh is beautiful from any view. I took this photograph the other day at Fort Hill on the trail that goes way down to the water, past the big rock on the right from the upper parking lot.

The grass is all brown but the water was so blue and you can see Coast Guard Station in the background. If you haven’t taken this trail, try it. It’s not too hard and just gorgeous!

Much Diversity On The Nauset Marsh Trail On Cape Cod.


Most of the photographs that I post of the Nauset Marsh Trail are of the trail and Nauset Marsh or the Salt Pond. But a good part of the trail takes you through the woods along Nauset Marsh which are so pretty.

I took this photograph of the trail which leads you from the Salt Pond by the visitors center, across a bridge over the marsh and then up a hill, through the woods to a beautiful overlook of Nauset Marsh.

Have you ever hiked the Nauset Marsh Trail? So pretty, don’t you think?


The Cattails At Fort Hill On Cape Cod Are So Tall!


I can’t believe how tall the Cattails grow along Nauset Marsh, especially at Fort Hill. Phil took this photograph of me walking out from looking at Nauset Marsh and Coast Guard Station way in the distance. You can see Nauset Marsh in the background.

Pretty tall Cattails, don’t you think? It reminds me of a huge maze!

Nauset Marsh From The Coast Guard Beach Overlook On Cape Cod.


One of the prettiest views of Nauset Marsh and Coast Guard Beach is from the overlook by the Coast Guard Beach parking lot. There are benches and a picnic table if the weather is nice.

In this photo, you can see Nauset Marsh off to the right and Coast Guard Beach to the left. Down the middle is Nauset Spit where the Atlantic Ocean empties into Nauset Marsh. The boats that are moored there look like little dots in the water.

Such a pretty overlook. Have you ever been there?

Lobster Pots At Hemenway Landing On Cape Cod.


We’ve seen a lot of lobster pots being hauled out at Hemenway Landing in the past couple of weeks. I loved these 2 photographs of the lobster pots piled up, waiting to be taken away. (Click on blog link to see other photo.) I couldn’t decide which one I liked better. What do you think?

Look at those clouds! Just gorgeous!