This is a great place watch the sun set. Tonight there was a sliver of moon on display also.
It was a stunning display of light and color at one of my familiar spots looking towards Hyannis over Lewis Bay.
Kind of cool to share this moment of awe with perfect strangers who also stopped to take in this beauty.
This afternoon the sun is blocked by heavy clouds. The wind is blowing pretty good. I watched this group of geese cross Swan Pond at a leisurely pace.
Grateful for a being able to look out at this while having a wonderful conversation last night.
The second full moon of the first month of the year. This year is off to a great start.
I did one of the things I would suggest to anyone visiting the area and was able to get this shot.
Before the sun rose this morning there were some pretty thick clouds overhead. But along the horizon it seemed clear enough for the early light to shine through.
Took a drive to Chatham this morning to catch the early morning light.
The weather warmed up and was brighter. This made for a great late afternoon walk.
Even 45 minutes after the sun went down over Craigsville Beach the sky was just stunning. The rich color and the simple sliver of the rising moon above.
Chunks of ice rest on the beach, too heavy to return to the water. They dot the shore for as far as you can see.
Looking as if measured and cut, some chunks float on the calm water and become islands for birds to take their prey.
Even the clouds seem exquisitely designed.