Spent most of the afternoon shooting at Dowses Beach on a cold and windy day without a cloud in the sky. You get an idea of the ever changing lighting on Cape Cod, as this color of brilliant blue has not been doctored by any fancy Adobe program. It is the real deal. This “river” has a tremendous amount of water that runs through it on a daily basis and at the moment, you can see buffleheads, ducks, seagulls, Brandt Point Geese and an occasional Marsh Hawk, with his brown feathers and light brown underbelly, as he flies low to the ground, in and out of the marsh grasses and up and down the contours of the dunes. Many beautiful creatures of God depend upon these areas to be kept pristine and devoid of filth caused by careless humans who leave their beer cans and other trash laying about. We ought to tax ignorance. So if you are so inclined, carry an extra paper bag with you in your car, so when you leave this natural wonder, you might leave it even better than when you first got there. The dolphins will thank you. Peace M
March 6, 2009
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