The Last of the Cape Cod Pics

By: Jill Finger

Oct 29 2015

Category: Uncategorized

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Camera:iPhone 6s Plus

textured leafLast Saturday, Wes and I went to the Wellfleet Bay Nature Preserve.  We arrived at 4pm and they closed at 5pm, so we only had an hour to walk.  We took the shortest walk, which was around the pond and enjoyed it immensely.  We planned to go back and take the longer walk to the bay, but illness intervened.

With the autumn leaves framing it, even a lowly swamp can be lovely.

I snapped the picture of the leaf mainly for the texture. milkweed

Milkweed, no explanation needed, they are just photogenic. dawn

And, a blog post about Cape Cod wouldn’t be complete without some kind of beach picture.  I was up Tuesday morning before sunrise and quickly dressed, intending to go to the beach.  While I had plenty of time before the sun rose, I hadn’t figured on the car being covered with frost, and a lot of scraping was needed before I could drive.  I missed the pre-sunrise color, but got there in time for some nice pictures.

We are already laughing about our mini vacation.  Between the  weather being cloudy and chilly, and being sick, it will be a weekend to remember and it certainly makes a good story.

One comment on “The Last of the Cape Cod Pics”

  1. Love he beach picture!

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