Painted posts, vestigial supports for a roadway guard, stand along a Cape Cod street in foggy September.
The base of a beach access stairway is enveloped in sand after a summer of wind, surf, and tourism on Cape Cod.
Buoys, Provincetown Docks
A bait and tackle shop's wall is adorned with multicolored buoys once deployed in the Atlantic off of Cape Cod.
Seashells, broken into a pastel confetti by tourists' footfalls, line the side streets and alleyways of Provincetown on Cape Cod.
Beach Fence I
An archetypical symbol of the beach, a wooden fence lays on a sandy embankment in Cape Cod as the afternoon sun washes over it.
Beach Fence II
The afternoon light on Cape Cod casts diagonal shadows through a wooden fence onto a sandy embankment.
Only this sandy evidence remains of passing visitors to this quiet beach on Cape Cod.
Fallen petals from nearby tree flowers line the roadway outside Chatham on Cape Cod.
Seaside, Marconi Area
The warm afternoon sun lights the grasses and fences around the Marconi Area on Cape Cod, the site of the first successful two-way trans-Atlantic radio communication.
Moored fishing boats float peacefully on a lake on Cape Cod as the dawn begins to light the horizon.
Moorings, Dawn II
A moored fishing boat floats on the ripples of a Cape Cod lake as dawn begins to form.
Stone at Dusk
Basket of Sea Stars
Post on Groyne
Climbing Chatham Light
Climbing Chatham Light II