Sunset at Cape Cod

I got there about 15 minutes before the sunset, and almost froze myself. The wind was so strong, I had to push my tripod into the sand for about 10 inches for it to have some type stability. You can’t really see the wind on this photo, just trust me about it, and, it was right about 20F. Very nice. But I was in Boston for two nights and I wanted to take sunset picture and this night was the only option to drive down here. 4 hours of driving for 20 minutes of picture taking, but I would do this again. Maybe next time (whenever that will be) Massachusetts and Cape Cod will be nicer to me and offer some nice weather for change.

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7 Responses to Sunset at Cape Cod

  1. Stunning image, Dmitri!

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  3. Gorgeous! Love being by water in winter. The juxtaposition of snow on sand is intriguing, especially with those animal tracks on the path.

  4. xoxomheg says:

    I don’t know why but l’m always stunned by photos of the sun almost kissing the shoreline! I’m in love with the sunset and this photo is very beautiful. I wish I could take wonderful photos, too!

    • Dmitrii says:

      I think being in a place where you can take photos like this is the biggest challenge. It only happens once in a while in our busy working lifes. But if you are there, then point your camera and shoot, get practice and make great photography. 🙂

      • xoxomheg says:

        Thank you. I’ll be traveling after the school year, two weeks from now. Sure, I’ll practice more so I could post some nice photos in my blog too! 😉

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