Cape Cod in Late Fall
I was out on Cape Cod again last month, and I have a new batch of photos to share. It wasn't a snowy winter wonderland as it has been on some of my previous trips, but visits to new places gave me some new subjects to photograph.
The Atwood Higgins guest house is part of the Atwood-Higgins Historic District in Wellfleet which dates back to the 1700s. I took this photo passing by, but I am determined to return to the property and take more photos.
The rain was falling hard when I took this photo of Nauset Light in Eastham.
The Three Sisters Lighthouses in Eastham look a little spooky in this dreary light.
Some shopping in Orleans brought me to this photo.
I love the building the Nauset Regional Middle School is in!
The Eastham Historical Society on the Outer Cape is located in a former one room school house, which is still set up to look that way.
I love the books and slates on the desks!
Fishermen and women were out on a chilly day harvesting shellfish.
These cottages in Truro, although you can't tell from the photo, are right on the beach.
I took a few photos of Provincetown from North Truro.
The Pilgrim Monument is perhaps the most impressive piece of architecture.
From across the bay, everything looks compressed.