A Whole Lotta’ Somethin’ – on Day 5

It was cold out.

Cold, gray, and that “Cape Cod raw” like you read about.

And when I headed out on my walk, I thought there would be nothing going on in the marsh to see…

When — there he was!


Standing alone, out in the middle of the marsh.


As blue as I’ve ever seen a Great Blue Heron look!

I got a bit distracted when I heard tiny little peeps calling to me from the bushes along the marsh.

Why, it was a charming pair of House Sparrows, popping up to say, “Hello”!


Just then, I noticed how beautiful the cat o’nine tails looked right in front of me, just ripening and ready to burst.


‘Funny, how quickly I had gone from thinking there’d be a whole lotta’ nothin’ to see out in the marsh that morning…

To realizing, once again, like so many times before…


That there’s always a whole lotta’ somethin’ out there to see and hear.

If you just stop.

Breathe.

And look.   ❤

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Bank Street Beach Sunset – Day 2

The light had gone to gray and the sea breeze had chilled by the time I got to Bank Street Beach for the sunset.

And yet…

As always…

There was still a bit of magic to behold!


And no matter what the weather, the gulls still lined the shore.


And the hardiest of walkers were still making their rounds.


I, myself, am especially partial to the moodiness of Cape Cod winters.

😉