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Sea Cape Cod by Michael Mosier

Coming soon: Link to Waterfront Photography, in historic downtown Hyannis, Massachusetts, Cape Cod, USA 02651

October 7, 2016

Indian Summer

Filed under: Blog — Michael @ 2:23 pm

Greeting and salutations from the sand, sun and surf of Cape Cod, Martha’s Vineyard and the Golden sun dripped, bluest skied, gently breeze led, balmy island of Nantucket! Great to be with you and yours on this Friday afternoon, The Seventh Day of October, 2016, broadcasting LIVE once again from ‘down on the docks’ of ye ‘ole Hyannis Harbor;

‘arrrggghh matey!’

(credit: Machiavellian “media” hound, his excellency, manure mogul Rupert Murdoch of “News Corporation” infamy…).

Indeed, it is an “Indian” summer’s day here on this glorious piece of ‘property’; a concept they knew nothing of, for they always felt they were stewards of the land, not the owners of such God given glory. In fact, we here at Sea Cape Cod had to ask for permission from the Wampanoag Tribe that once inhabited these shores. They said it would be OK, but to tone it down on the fire water, further stating it brought them great joy to SEA the white man actually going into the Wilderness on days like this, to be a part of it once again, as opposed to apart from….

This truth drives the point home. If one wishes to get out of the city–the cold, dirty, big, congested, concrete, noisy, inhuman, hasty, irritating, soul less city–book a flight to the Cape and aforementioned isles… Whatever “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” (credit the film of the same name, starring the late, great John Candy and very much alive Steve Martin, circa 1987), you have to get on to make it happen, get here!  For be it in the height of the summer season, filled with energy levels that rival an NFL football game or a venue at the Olympics, or a quiet, cold, yet warm, January morning on a beach, greeting the rising sun and frigid water with a smile on your face,

one will find what one is looking for…

If one stays put long enough that is, sitting in the silence of one’s own presence, breathing gently in and out, in and out, in and out, it may just come to ya!

Just like the tides, and the face of the ocean itself, the only constant is change…

Have a super week end ALL!


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