Category Archive: Barnstable

A Boggy Wet Walk in Barnstable

  In the off season on Cape Cod I like to grab my husband and head out to venture into areas we’ve never been to before. I have a book which tells of… Continue reading

Why Oh Why Do I Love Cape Cod

I never take for granted the fact that no matter where I go I can just about find ocean within ten to fifteen minutes. I feel so blessed that I can pop in… Continue reading

My Love for an Off-Season Beach

I have lived on Cape Cod for over 24 years now and you may find this funny but I never go to the beach in the summer. Well let’s just say I avoid… Continue reading

The Perfect Time of Year

I love this time of year on Cape Cod. It is hard to describe but it happens every year. There is a specific sound that always develops in August. I wait to hear… Continue reading

Fishing in the Fog at Sunrise

One past time that is very popular in Massachusetts is fishing the Cape Cod Canal. At all hours of the day you will find fishermen dotting the Banks of the shore. Some drive,… Continue reading

A Serene Moment on Cape Cod

There are moments when I will come upon a scene, which transports me to another place and time. This was one of those moments. It was a very warm summer afternoon and there… Continue reading

Boston Beautiful

As much as I love Cape Cod and the ocean I equally love the beautiful old architecture found in downtown Boston. The North End, Beacon Hill and other areas of the city have… Continue reading

An Empty and Desolate Beach

I like to photograph empty, desolate beaches. If I haven’t said this a million times before I love the look of a winter beach. I just feel it conveys so much more emotion… Continue reading

Sandy Neck Lighthouse, Barnstable, Cape Cod, MA

Sandy Neck Lighthouse stands at the entrance to Barnstable Harbor on Cape Cod.  Sandy neck is a ½ mile wide six mile long peninsula on the North side of Cape Cod. At its… Continue reading

Marsh Grass

Truly I don’t know what it is about Marsh Grass but I love to photograph it. Perhaps it’s the contrast between the hard cane stalks or the soft fronds. I like the beige… Continue reading