Sea and sky

img_0609It was one of those afternoons when the sky and sea met in a particularly glorious way. The February light was razor-sharp and the sun was still pale, giving everything a silvery sheen. This is Sandy Neck beach in Barnstable, on Cape Cod.

img_0604There was some big league kite-flying going on.  So pretty against the sky and clouds.

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This kite was waaaaay up. Kite-flying is prohibited at this beach in the summer, but in the winter, it’s dogs and kites and endless possibilities.

Speaking of possibilities, I spotted this on my way back to the parking lot. I wonder if it was meant for me. (I’ve been feeling kind of defeated lately.)

img_0613Here’s one last shot, showing all the kites in flight. So uplifting, in more ways than one.

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About dirtynailz

Writer for a daily newspaper, gardener, tree hugger, orchid-grower, photographer, animal lover, hiker, wilderness seeker. Proponent of clover in the lawn and a dog on the bed.
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6 Responses to Sea and sky

  1. lmcl says:

    I say, just take that rock-message and OWN it!

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  2. craftysurf says:

    Awesome inspiration! 👍

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  3. CJ Wright says:

    Your photos always take me away, DN. They’re wonderful. And I agree with Imcl — that message was meant for you. Defeat isn’t an option. ❤

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    • dirtynailz says:

      Thanks CJ! It’s hard to take a bad photo on the Cape on a day like that. As for that stone, I felt compelled to photograph it, so there must be something there.

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