sea ice, wellfleet, massachusetts.

well HELLO little blog world. cape cod’s been in the news this week for this ‘once in a generation’ event – icebergs!

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so I went iceberg-hunting after work. (click any of the images to expand.)

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it took me a few attempts to find them – i started at marconi beach, then i realized the atlantic side definitely wouldn’t have any.

i still love these pictures though – cape cod national seashore makes you feel like the whole world is stretched in front of you when you’re on the cliff.

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i also saw brewster in the news for the icebergs, but by the time i reached breakwater beach it was all melted (SPRING PLEASE NOW).

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and to hint at what cape cod winter looked like last month – my little corner of the world:

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barnstable, massachusetts.

i'm not sure if i took a single picture in november. shameful! this picture was taken on cape cod this week, where i visited for a job interview. i said i would love to live there for many reasons, partly because it's just so darn pretty outside. (i didn't say that, exactly, don't worry.) they said well, it's actually mostly gloomy this time of year. so afterwards i went hunting for this photo - a gray day doesn't mean it's any less beautiful.

i’m not sure if i took a single picture in november. shameful! i took this picture on cape cod this week, where i visited for a job interview. i said i would love to live there for many reasons, partly because it’s just so darn pretty outside. (i didn’t say that, exactly, don’t worry.) they said well, it’s actually mostly gloomy this time of year. so afterwards i went hunting for this photo – a gray day doesn’t mean it’s any less beautiful. i love the layers of color.