In a moment of sheer exuberance…
I arrived at Forest Beach and was thrilled to see that our rosa rugosas had bloomed overnight. Like many a Cape Codder, I wait for them all winter.
By the light on the water. The slow, methodical motions of this solitary fisherman simply going about his work.
On to Red River Beach!
Mill Landing was my second stop this Memorial Day, and the neighborhood was abuzz with activity!
Won’t she be pleased…. 😉
All that is, except for one.
Perhaps he’d arrived with the tourists and had jet lag…
Getting started on his summer tan, catching a few rays?
Or maybe he’d eaten too many crab legs and simply couldn’t move!? (Seagulls have been known to do that, now and again.)
In any case I had to move, for the next stop was Forest Beach! 😉
It can be the simplest thing that catches my eye for a photo when I am out late shooting at Mill Landing.
One last photo for the day as the sun sets lower and lower.
It might be a brown duck, paddling along in the creek.
Gliding quickly back and forth, back and forth over the shallows, he was clearly in a hurry.
A big fat crab, hurray! And he was up and away with his prize!
And thanks to him, it was mine, too! 😉