The Beach

No visit to my parent's place would be complete without a trip to the beach. Living on the edge of Cape Cod certainly has its benefits.

We visited Ellisville Harbor State Park on my last evening in Massachusetts. It was a perfect early evening, with temperatures in the low 70s, no clouds and little wind. The tide was going out, allowing us plenty of room to wander along the shore.

Low Tide Waves

Late Afternoon Walk
That's my father walking along the beach. He and Mom didn't mind driving me out here, so late in the afternoon (because that's when the best light is available for beach pictures).

The beach was sparsely occupied. The water is still cold (I guess it never really warms up, even in the heat of July) and even with abundant sunshine, the cooler temperatures only allowed for the casual fisherman or beach comber.
Daily Catch

I still found several treasures, big and small, along the water's edge
Hidden Treasure

Carved by the Water

Much of the natural beauty remains here. A wonderful place to relax and enjoy.

Wild Growth

Jeanne  – (June 12, 2011 at 7:17 AM)  

So glad you got an east coast visit in and shared some of your pictures!

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