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Cape Cod Photography
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Beautiful pictures! I particularly love the first sunset picture. Love how you captured that golden moment!
Thanks, Yen. Sunsets are so much easier to capture than sunrises. I just can’t get up that early!
I love your photos! I’ve always wanted to go to Cape Cod. Now I want to visit even more.
That would be a long way for you to go for a vacation, Leah!
Fabulous sunset! Looks like a lovely place to get away from it all.
The beaches in Cape Cod are so different from our beaches, Patti. I love our beaches, too, but they aren’t anything like the Cape. Ours are warmer, of course!
Gorgeous pictures – looks like an amazing trip!
It was, Lexy. Hope we can repeat it someday before the granddaughters are too busy in the summer to be with us.
Absolutely beautiful photos! May favorite is Blue Water at Race Point and of course, Lady GaGa in Providencetown. I would consider that as a Christmas card this year…it’s just so fun.
That would be a hoot for a Christmas card, Life!
I’m echoing the comments… these pictures are gorgeous!
Love the pictures. My favorites are the street scene in P-town and Sunset on water at Corn Hill. The bicycles also tell a story without ever seeing anyone on the beach. Thanks for sharing these!
You need to get to the Cape, Carol. Maine is lovely, too, but there is enough of a difference that I think you would love the Cape.
Oh those golden pictures are well….GOLDEN.
Thanks, Georgette. It was such a treat sitting on the beach and watching that sunset.
Wonderful. It really does look like Lake Michigan.
We were talking about maybe going to Saugatuck one summer, HG. I don’t think all of us could be together, though, because the Boston kids wouldn’t be able to manage it.
These photos are so spectacular! Really! Thank you so much for sharing and now I too want to go there!
You should absolutely plan a vacation there, Dor. If you do decide to go, we’ll talk.
Breathtaking sunset on water! All great shots.
I remember the Provincetown, lots of shops…
Provincetown is fun to walk around in, Amy, and we found a great Mexican restaurant there, believe it or not.
Great Mexican restaurant in Provincetown, nooo… I’m trying to get you to come to San Antonio for great Mexican food and the Riverwalk…
Don’t worry, Amy, there will never be better, or even as good as, Mexican food than in San Antonio and Austin, but I’m telling you, this was some of the best Mexican food we’ve tasted OUTSIDE of Texas. I still miss La Fonda on Main and La Paloma Blanca and La Fogata. I’m drooling just thinking about them.
Aw…your beautiful pictures brought back memories of our trip a couple years ago! Yes, we did Provincetown too…!
Great, Dianna! I didn’t know you’d been up there. We dream of buying a little house up there when George retires. Only a dream, I think.
Absolutely gorgeous photos! Lovely!
Thanks, Julia. How’s your book coming?
Great pics! That one sunset looks like a flowing river of gold. Thanks for taking us there.
I’ve never been to the cape and I lived in New England on 4 different occasions – once in Conn, twice in R.I. and once in Boston! Pretty sorry, huh?
Disgraceful, Al! It’s never too late…
Gorgeous photos. I love the one of the person in the wild outfit with the pink bicycle. What a catch!
My husband took that one, Shary. That’s Provincetown!
beautiful! makes me want to take a vacation up there, to enjoy the beaches and New England. Thanks for posting these.
Even though we live three miles from the Atlantic Ocean, DAF, Cape Cod is very different, and the Lower Cape, where Truro is, is very different from the Upper Cape, where Hyannis is. I like the seclusion and quiet of Truro.