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.

😉

Spring Comes Creeping on Cape Cod

Just 2 more days ’til Spring.

And little by little here on the Cape, along the marshes and channels, you can see it creeping in…

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It creeps in slowly. Looking for everything like autumn.

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Its rewards of subtle beauty…

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Thanks for visiting me here at Images of Cape Cod!

Sally

Sunset Surprise

Sometimes…

Just when I think my evening walk is over.

Certain that I’ve squeezed the very best moments out of the day with my little camera.

I walk down to the shore for one last look — and get a surprise, yet again, of a sunset afterglow that takes my breath away.

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And I marvel as I watch all the of gulls rapidly streaming toward the horizon, heading for their own safe harbors for the night.

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But not so fast that they don’t have time for one final glide against a sky too glorious for all of us not to delight in for just a moment more…

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Thanks for visiting me here at Images of Cape Cod.

‘Til next time!

Sally