Twice everyday, the tide rushes in and twice each day it recedes. It brings with it overflowing exuberance and leaves behind an endearing silence.
A quiet morning at low tide on the Cape Cod Bay near Eastham, MA
In response to the weekly photo challenge : silence
@Lake Waukewan, New Hampshire
There weren’t many people around the lake. And while the few who were there, were packing up to head home, she stood there at the end of the landing, oblivious to the dwindling crowd around her, enjoying a quiet cloudless sunset on a rather chilly October evening, enjoying her solitude.
In response to the weekly photo challenge: Solitude
@ Nauset Beach, Orleans, MA
Nauset Beach, Cape Cod, MA
We stayed in Ship’s Knees Inn in Orleans. A bed and breakfast place, small rooms, quaint place, but tastefully decorated, and great food and a very nice ambience. The best part however was that it was just a 5 minute walk to Nauset Beach. So did not have to plan ahead to enjoy this beautiful sunrise, just had to wake up and show up at the beach :).
I sat ashore at the break of dawn, a camera by my side
As the moist sand and the cool breeze, embraced the rising tide
A sanderling chased the waves, while brown pelicans flew by
And the gulls sat still right next to me, gazing at the orange sky