Stillness of the Morning
Early morning in early December at Meeting House Pond, Orleans, Massachusetts (Cape Cod).
A lone boat is moored in Nauset Harbor a half hour before sunrise.
Twenty-five minutes before sunrise at Nauset Harbor, Orleans, MA (Cape Cod)
A Shallow Pursuit
Low tide and no wind reveal sand ripples in the very shallow water of Cape Cod Bay as the colorful clouds of sunset reflect in the still water. Skaket Beach, Orleans, MA (Cape Cod)
Long exposure five minutes after sunset adds an ethereal quality to the water of Cape Cod Bay.
The setting sun (90 degrees to the right) adds a pink hue to an unusual cloud formation, which is also refected in a tidal pool.
Nauset Light in enshrouded in morning fog.
Cape Cod Sunrise
Lobster pots greet the rising sun.
Reflections at Low Tide
Five minutes before sunrse, a big rock, clouds, (and a mooring ball) reflect in the still, shallow water of Cape Cod Bay at low tide.
A sand drift has formed from a powerful storm.
Fifteen minutes after sunrise, a wave breaks under a golden sky,
After the Wave
Just before sunrise, the remnants of a wave leave streaks on the sand as the rising sun colors the sky.
Here Comes the Sun!
Sun, Sand, and Surf
Shortly after sunrise, a wave rushes up Nauset Beach.
A winter storm approaches.
Ten minutes after sunrise, a wave rushes up the beach.
A half hour after sunrise, Old Glory heads out for a day's work.
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