Thursday, July 05, 2007

Join Me At The Seashore

This project began after TheSpecialOne and I had gone to Cape Cod. It was and remains one of the best weeks I've had in my life.

Recently I had the good fortune to find my way to Cape Cod Lighthouse. It's a new site; only 13 posts published so far. The content, I think, is outstanding.

Visiting this blogger has brought back wonderful memories of that week. I'm now, all the more, looking forward to going back. Here's a handful of my favorite shots of the sea from that week...


Photographs by Kilroy_60

13 comments:

Brad said...

I live a mere hour away...and I've never been.

Time to reassess.

Leanderthal, Lighthouse Keeper said...

Leanderthal, Lighthouse Keeper,Cape Cod Lighthouse, thanks you for your kind and supportive comment.

Also, for all of us washed ashore on the Cape thank you for your fine photography, showing the beauty of this special place on earth.

Leanderthal
Lighthouse Keeper

Sheila said...

Very lovely. Now that we're so far inland I am really starting to miss the Gulf.

CyberCelt said...

You take wonderful pictures. What clean beaches and water. I will have to add Cape Cod to my "see before I die" list.

I don't think I am going to make it ... LOL

Janey Loree said...

This is BLOG VILLAGE Recreation Carnival Post #15 of 25...

Hi Kilroy! Long time no surf by your blog. These are outstanding photos as usual!! I'm with cybercelt...Cape Cod is on my list to see with my own eyes!!!

Crystal said...

wow - the photos are amazing! I grew up an hour from the ocean but now I live out in the middle of the prairies! I miss it:)

Naomi said...

Great photos as always Kilroy. I'm sure you enjoyed your trip to Cape Cod. The ocean views look wonderful. I'm visiting you from the Blog Village Recreation Carnival

Dirty Butter said...

Oh My! Now I really DO want to go to the beach!! Thanks so much for sharing this post on our BLOG VILLAGE Recreation Carnival.

Janey Loree said...

Hi Kilroy! I am here for the Carnival of Cities goes GONZO! Carnival this time and the pictures are still beautiful!

Davidlind said...

My wife and I visited Cape Cod this past August to see my Dad. He lives near the Bourne Bridge. It was also a great time for us and I did get some good photos as well. I enjoy your weblog and plan to come back.

pressreleasepr said...

I think it goes to show that as a people, we're always keen to go abroad for our vacations, when some of the most beautiful and amazing stuff is on our own doorstep.

Thank you for sharing some wonderful pictures, Kilroy :)

A Good Husband said...

The beach is awesome. I grew up in a land-locked desert state, so the beach is just fascinating to me. I spent two summers in LA a while back, and my wife had to practically drag me out of the water.

Kimberly Edwards said...

I'd love to visit. We've driven through, but couldn't stop! Uhhh! Looks like a great, romantic getaway!

Kimberly :)