Tag Archives: Cape Cod

Bass River

Cape Cod is a magical place, especially in the fall.  Cape Cod is more than sea shore, ocean, harbors, boats, sea gulls, aristocratic New Englanders, tourists and a fishy smells. There are areas like this that make Midwesterners feel at home; quiet and peaceful … Continue reading

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Chatham Beach

What happened here?  There is a cross at the edge of the sea grass, above high tide, on the beach near the Chatham Light House on Cape Cod.  The name, “Melissa”, is neatly engraved on the cross, and a pair … Continue reading

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Thickly Settled

New England signage takes a while to get used to.  I found this “Thickly Settled” sign on Cape Cod, and it’s a good example of parochial road signs. Are they talking about the hedge?   I mean is the area overgrown and visibility … Continue reading

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Sesuit Harbor Cafe

There is a hole-in-the-wall cafe on Cape Cod called the Sesuit Harbor Cafe.  From the outside it looks like a storage shed for the Sesuit Harbor Master, where he might keep his lobster buoys and a few traps, spare boat parts, … Continue reading

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First Light

Chatham Harbor is on the east coast of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, on the elbow where the land turns and extends due north.  This photo is about 20 minutes before sunrise. Nearby is the Chatham Lighthouse.  Nothing special about it, really, … Continue reading

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Bass River Bridge

This image is a stylized photo of the bridge that crosses the Bass River in Cape Cod, MA.  I stylized the image by emphasizing the blues in the water and sky and brought out the rich color in the bridge’s … Continue reading

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Cape Cod Sunrise

Thought for the Day:  To the complaint, “There are no people in these photographs”, I respond, “There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer”.               Ansel Adams  (1902 – 1984)

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