Thursday, December 5, 2013

Cape Cod Scenery

One extra benefit of training for the PMC on the Cape was exploring different areas of the Cape. I took a detour down Wing Neck rd one day and came across a beautiful light house right at the end of the point. I took a few photos and came up with this version, below. It is on a gallery wrap canvas.

 Wing Neck Light

This light house is now a private residence and can be rented. The original light house burned down and this one was rebuilt with the light house detached from the main house in the late 1800's.  It is pretty stunning when the light hits it right.

Also, there are plenty of interesting sites in Sandwich. Here is my version of the Old Grist Mill on Shawme Pond. It is still functioning and they give interesting tours of the mill showing it in  action.

Sandwich Grist Mill

Finally, here is my take of the boardwalk across the estuary leading to Town Neck Beach. This is one of the iconic sites of Sandwich and is very popular with kids at high tide and kayakers all the time. 

Sandwich Boardwalk

Please contact me if you are interested in these or any other pieces.

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