Cape Cod National Seashore

This is the last set of images from the trip to Cape Cod. On our last day, we rode our bikes one of our favorite rides and ended at Cape Cad National Seashore. It is a very special place. We had a picnic at the top of the dunes and then I walked down to make a few images with the Lumix camera that comes with me on bike rides.

Starting tomorrow….let’s go to Boston, where I challenged myself to see things differently.

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38 thoughts on “Cape Cod National Seashore

      1. milfordstreet Post author

        Yes…today is a good day for photo editing. But the rain should help all the plants…and you and my wife won’t spend time watering. Cheers =)

  1. Himali Shah

    This place is an absolute heaven !! 😍
    Kind of Black and White paradise..
    Waiting for Boston toooooo 🙂

    Bdw, I love your site description : to capture the entire essence in a single click.. such deep and thoughtful words..

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you. I love the seashore there. I hope if I go in the early morning I could also get some nice color images. I’m glad you like the words. They are a quote from a wonderful photographer. Tomorrow begins Boston. Cheers!

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      1. milfordstreet Post author

        And the day is ending here on Milford Street. lol But my photos are all queued up for the morning. Have a great day and I will catch up with you later. Will you be writing today? Cheers =)

      2. Himali Shah

        Oh wow.. Saturday night ⛺
        It’s already Sunday morning here 🙂
        I’ll be waiting for your posts tomorrow! !
        And yes there will be something special from my end today.. hope you’d enjoy reading as much as I did writing it 🙂

  2. Himali Shah

    This place is an absolute heaven !! 😍
    Kind of Black and White paradise..
    Waiting for Boston toooooo 🙂

    Bdw, I love your site description : to capture the entire essence in a single click.. such deep and thoughtful words..

    Reply
    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you…We arrived at about 1:00 in the afternoon and the midday sun totally drowned out the colors. Monochrome was a great choice, but I want to go back and see the sunrise reflected off these dunes. Cheers =)

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  3. Ana Perry

    I was going to ask you about the national seashore but I figured I’d talked your ear off enough. The Lower cape is my favorite part and I always spent as much time as I could on the beaches.

    So, which beach was this? Let me guess…Nauset.

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