Category Archive: United States

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

Sunrise over the Harbor

There is an advantage of getting up at 4:30 am to leave your house an hour later at 5:30. You often get to witness Mother Nature at her best. One of two times… Continue reading

A Magical Moment in Wareham, Massachusetts

There are places and times when everything comes together to create a magical moment. Well this was one. I happen to be driving through Wareham, Massachusetts early one morning this week. I came… 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 Cape Cod Holiday Celebration

One thing I absolutely love about Sandwich the Town I live in on Cape Cod is the small town feel. In the summer they have concerts at the bandstand at night. It is… 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

Our Word View – Word of the Week = ZEN

SUNDAY POSTING ~ A COLLABORATIVE BLOG BETWEEN TWO FRIENDS (ME AND MY FRIEND BARB) WHO’S PATHS WERE SEPARATED FOR 20+ YEARS AND HAVE FOUND ONE ANOTHER ONCE AGAIN ONLINE. BOTH SHARE A LOVE OF THE… Continue reading

Another beautiful harbor, Onset Massachusetts

One thing I absolutely love about living on Cape Cod is there is no shortage of beautiful Harbors in the surrounding area. Each one is different and unique but all are magnificent in… Continue reading

Old San Juan Puerto Rico a Visual Treat

If you’ve never been to Old San Juan in Puerto Rico you are in for a visual treat. The rainbow of colors of the houses is fantastic. So bright and cheery everywhere you… Continue reading

Straight Out of Currier and Ives

While in Maine this past weekend we popped over to another Town nearby called Bridgton.  What a phenomenal little Town. It had virtually everything you could need but was exceedingly picturesque. Off the Main drag and in… Continue reading

Edgartown, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

Last May my daughter Allison and I spent the day out on Martha’s Vineyard. I love all the various towns on the Vineyard. But truthfully my favorite is “Edgartown”. When you drive around the… Continue reading

Gay Head, Aquinnah, Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts

The town of Aquinnah on Martha’s Vineyard is better known for the Gay Head Cliffs and Lightouse. The colors of the cliffs are spectacular because of the clay in the earth. At the bottom… 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

Boardwalks and Marshes

On Cape Cod we have a lot of marsh. One thing we have to go with the marsh is Boardwalk. Two of our more famous boardwalks are “Town Neck Beach Boardwalk” in Sandwich… Continue reading

Wrought Iron and Old Buildings

I have a thing for old buildings and wrought iron. I’m not sure why but when I see a beautiful old Brownstone combined with ornate wrought iron my head is just filled with… Continue reading