Vacation is winding down but this past week was spent in great company. I’m so grateful for time spent in Plymouth, Boston, and on Cape Cod. We covered a lot in just a week! Plymouth is an adorable waterfront town with a great restaurant scene. Mitch and I had a nice dinner on the harbor in Plymouth and enjoyed the shops in the downtown area. Going to Fenway Park was a highlight of the trip as well. I had been to Fenway in the past for a tour but this was my first game (and first Fenway Frank!) I was so excited to get there for a game and it exceeded any expectations I had! It was great weather for game day, sunny and 80’s, and it couldn’t have been any more fun or relaxing. I definitely got the Fenway bug and can’t wait to go back. Another favorite for this trip was going to Quissett Harbor in Falmouth. Falmouth was one of my favorite spots on Cape Cod to shoot. Behind Quissett Harbor was a trail with a walk out to what’s referred to as “the Knob.” On a clear day you have 360 degree views from the Knob…a photographers dream! I also had the chance to take a second day trip to Boston. The second time I traveled in by ferry so I got to shoot the planes taking off from Logan Airport and the Boston Harbor. From there, I visited Beacon Hill, another place that begs to be photographed! Here are some of my favorite photos from the trip. I couldn’t be more thankful for the memories made this past week! Nothing quite compares to New England in the summer. I asked Mitch if I could bottle up the fresh water and sea salt smell and bring it home…and maybe some of the peanut butter oreo ice cream I ate way too much of too!
Stage Harbor, Chatham
Stage Harbor Light, Chatham
Quissett Harbor in Falmouth, MA. I love the classic wooden sailboats.
Not my dog but such a cute pup! He had to make the blog. He was so excited to get to the water he went racing by on the trail.
Point of Rocks, Brewster
Grey’s Beach, Yarmouth Port
Ferry into the Boston Harbor.