I like it because of the different colored sand along the National Lakeshore and its easy access from town, but there were beachgoers swimming when we were there at the end of May. Remember those ice floes I photographed now when you picture a group of men and children running into the water. Crazy people.
Wayne likes the stranded boat just behind the Historic Coast Guard Station. It was closed when we visited, which seems to be a theme this year. I like imagining kayaking out to the cliffs...one of these days we'll get around to it.
Since the day was kind of clouded over I thought I'd see if black and white helped my shot of the boat. I'm still not satisfied - I know I needed a different lens, some water shoes and probably a sunset wouldn't hurt either. More reasons to return!
I've been catching up on blog reading and wanted to share some of my favorites with you in the next few posts. Cindy McIntyre has been busy at Dinosaur National Monument this summer taking great photographs of prairie dogs. She tends to post a lot of wildlife photos with great details about their behavior, this summer she's photographing wild horses, squirrels, and even ants. I learn so much when I stop by there, stop by her blog and see what you can learn!