I was fortunate enough to come across this guy as he fed along the edge of the marsh this morning. The reflection on the water from the morning sky was stunning.
Maybe a kazillion people on the roads heading to the beach this weekend. So I went into the woods.
I was on the beach early this morning at Race Point with some fishermen, a lone sea gull, and some drift wood.
It’s the time of year when you can have such a great start to the day. How can you not? Strangers say hello, no one honks their horn. And, for some reason, coffee tastes so much better on the beach just before the sun comes up.
I wasn’t planning on going out with my camera tonight but with thunderstorms to the north and west of the Cape how could I not.
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.