The last of the Nantucket SNAP collections, assuming I can come up with something original and interesting this week. There seems to be no end of the images from Nantucket that interest me.
When I took the upper left photograph, I said to my daughter-in-law's sister, "This is for Maggie," and then explained how many of Maggie's photographs through the door, window, or arch I've enjoyed this year. If you were sitting on that deck you'd see the ocean beyond. The upper right photo is the Nantucket harbor where the ferries come in. I'm not sure of the name of the beach on the lower left, but we ate take-out pizzas on the beach that night, and stayed for the sunset. It was more remote than most, and we had to climb up and over some pretty high dunes. The lower right photo was also taken at the harbor, although in a different spot. The docks there were crowded with some beautiful, and very large, yachts and sailboats.
It's lovely here right now, though. We spent last night at dinner on the Genesee River across from the Rochester Yacht Club watching the sailboats go out to race on Lake Ontario. We sat over our dinner and coffee long enough that we were still there when the boats came in at dark. Because it was a Tuesday there were plenty of empty tables so we didn't have to rush. We know all too well, that these beautiful evenings when you can eat outdoors are soon to be few and far between!
Linking up with Helena for SNAP--a collection of three or four related photos.