Yesterday was a gorgeous day here on Cape Cod with sunny skies and warm temps. These 2 kayakers were enjoying their paddle on the salt marsh, especially with the extreme high tide.
Looks inviting, huh?
The sunrises are getting later and later as the days get shorter and shorter. I loved this sunrise over the salt marsh as Boat Meadow Creek.
What do you think?
I’m going to miss my early morning bike rides when fall comes. These sunrises over the salt marsh are just spectacular and such a treat to see so early in the morning.
This one took my breath away. What do you think?
The Queen Anne’s Lace is blooming everywhere on Cape Cod. It is such a beautiful, delicate wildflower which reminds me of the doilies that my grandmother used to crochet for her tables.
Queen Anne’s Lace is made up of many tiny flowers that form a lacy flat-topped head. They grow from July through September, so you still have plenty of time to see them.
These two kayakers looked so content paddling on the creek in the salt marsh. It was a beautiful day and they were taking their time to enjoy the scenery and “smell the roses.”
Total contentment, don’t you think?