Cape Cod Sunset

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Oh, It Was So Windy!

Last year I was on a short visit to Boston and decided to drive to Cape Cod and see what is the all buzz is about. I grossly miscalculated timing and barely made to Provincetown to catch this sunset, arrived there maybe about ten minutes before it all ended. And it was oh so darn cold and windy, blowing from the west straight into my face. I took a few photos with my wide angle lens before it got sputtered by the wind with elements coming off the snow and the water. I had to get back to the car and change lenses to get the final shot. It was probably the shortest visit to Cape Cod seashore in its history.

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32 thoughts on “Cape Cod Sunset

  1. Thanks for the reminder about viewing your images, I often click on them to see a bigger version and am always amazed by how fantastic they are. It makes a nice change that you don’t put your name on them, I understand why people do it, but I like the fact that you don’t. I’m so pleased to have found your site, every photo is amazing.

  2. I really like the color of the sunset, and the detail in the sand, driftwood and waves. I can almost hear and feel the waves. Beautiful photo!

    1. thanks! it does not provide exact illusion on how cold it was there, with wind penetrating four layers of winter cllothing, really cold

  3. It is so intense!!! LOVE the complexity of the colours and the texture. It has amazing texture!! This is one of the best sunset photos I have ever seen. The contrast of the straight line where the sky meets the water and the scalloped snow and swirly sky is wonderful!

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