The early morning light created pastel colors and such a subtle contrast between water and sky that your eyes could get lost trying to find the horizon. Red River Beach
Thanks to the strong wind I was able to visit Bass Hole last night for a little while. This time of year at low tide the air is thick with hungry flying insects.
My fascination with clouds continued tonight.
The sunset was very nice tonight but the clouds on the northern horizon were amazing. And the shapes formed by the clouds in the southwestern sky were surreal. Photos taken at Skaket Beach, Orleans, MA.
The rain stopped a while ago. Warm humid air from the front settles on cool pond water.
The tide was out as the sun set tonight at Chapin Beach.
About a mile from the Cape Cod Canal is a quiet beach facing east. The water is often calm and the sky full of color before the sun rises.
It’s opening night for the Cape Cod Baseball League.
CCBL Schedule http://www.capecodbaseball.org/games/2017-schedule/
The fisherman fishes as does the sea gull. The full Strawberry Moon rises over the water as the sun sets behind the beach grass. And all the while the wind blows steady and hard.
Seems like there has been a lot of whining about the long stretches of dark skies and rain this spring. I admit, I have done more than my fair share.
When you have a clear morning you appreciate it. Tomorrow the clouds will be back and we will get pelted by rain again, or so they say.
And we will go back to whining because this is what we will miss.
Photos below were taken this morning from the pier at Smuggler’s Beach in Yarmouth. #CapeCod #Yarmouth