Drift wood on Race Point Beach
Rock Harbor walk
A couple walks around Rock Harbor at low tide.
Vineyard Haven Harbor
Big yachts are moored for the summer in Vineyard Haven harbor on Martha's Vineyard
Dahlia and friend
A friend crawls along a Dahlia looking for food
Flag lined National Cemetery
Flags and remembrances at the National Cemetery on Cape Cod
Snow blows around during the blizzard of 2018 on Cape Cod
A foggy day along surf drive in Falmouth
The boardwalk at high tide.
Race Point Flag
The light is on in the fresnel lens of Nobska lighthouse.
Lead or Follow
Stacks of rocks on the beach in Aquinnah on Martha's Vineyard
A display of period pieces at the Briggs house in Bourne, MA
Lilacs in bloom on Cape Cod
A blizzard blows heavy snow across the golf course in Bourne, MA
Barnacles adorn the chain to a skiff in Woods Hole
A sailboat sits in the calm waters reflected across the harbor
A mushroom grows in the woods at Race Point beach.
Looking up the stairs to the top of Nobska lighthouse.
Clouds swirl around the Edgartown Lighthouse on Martha's Vineyard
An old door on a barn on Martha's Vineyard
Top of pretty flower
Foggy day view of Rock Harbor in Orleans.
Nobska Full Moon
The full moon rises over Nobska Lighthouse in Falmouth
Ice covers Hen Cove at sunset
Like little Pac-Men, the lily pads sport fall colors
Lagoon Pond Sunset
Sunset overlooking Lagoon Pond on Martha's Vineyard
Captain Chris mans the helm of the Liberte off Falmouth MA.
A blacksmith works on a project at the Alonzo Booth Forge in Bourne, MA
Eastern Red Columbine
The flower of an Eastern Red Columbine
A snowy owl keeps watch in the marsh at South Beach in Mashpee, MA
An icy bench on Hen Cove awaits the spring thaw and the return of beachgoers
Street scene outside the Lobster Pot in Provincetown.
The ferry Woods Hole leaves a wake as it head from Martha's Vineyard back to Woods Hole
Alan Greene Carriage House
The Milky Way rises over Hines Point on Martha's Vineyard
A Mount Airy Fothergilla bloom.
Woods Hole Fog
Too foggy to take a skiff out in Woods Hole
Channel markers mark the harbor entrance at low tide.