Busy bees in Cape Cod
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|Two bees busily work on Queen Anne's Lace next to the Fort Hill Trail, a very pleasant hike through wetlands and light forest making up part of the Cape Cod National Seashore. The day was overcast and threatening rain, so my friends and I decided to postpone the beach and go on this hike instead. It turned out that the bright overcast provided excellent, even lighting for getting saturated colors and great detail.|
The Cape Cod National Seashore, created as a national park in 1961 by President Kennedy, stretches over 43,500 acres of dunes, ponds, woods and almost 40 miles of shoreline on the Atlantic Ocean.
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- [2008-08-14 23:25]
This is a nice crips image, well done!. I like your POV, Colors, and content. Welcome to TN. I am also new. I post often at TE (TrekEarth). You have a great start. David