|06-09-2004 06:59 PM|
Pete, thanks for the wonderful pics. The bar and bowl at Nauset could be classified secret, or at least, confidential. The crib at North is starting to fill-in, which denotes some interesting current flows on both the east and west side.
Thanks again for the real-time updates.
|06-09-2004 12:52 PM|
Awesome pictures Pete. Just came across a couple of "new" ones of my backyard bay just north of Plymouth Rock.
Juro - met your brother this weekend. He and your sister-in-law send their best!
|06-09-2004 11:49 AM|
|juro||I think it's area #3. This winter seems to have dug out quite a few bowls.|
|06-09-2004 11:14 AM|
|striblue||In the Nauset picture just south of the first road that breaks into the beach is a nice big hole between breakers. The waves are breaking on shore there and the waves to the north and south are breaking at the outer sand bar...looks like a great spot.|
|06-09-2004 07:24 AM|
Dinner for a set of high rez. Seem to be at a bit higher altitude then the reconn effort.
That macro view of the crib says it all, IMHO, about what's going to happen to the Southway, SB, NM and SM given long shore currents in the absence of cataclysmic storms. Itíll be one big peninsula, maybe sooner than we think.
|06-09-2004 05:50 AM|
Once again nice pic's Pete!
I always enjoy your photo's. It must be nice to be up there over the cape. Keep them coming!
|06-08-2004 11:10 PM|
I wasn't sure how the new camera would behave so I took the steam operated boiler plate film classics along...
The fruit won't be ready to pick until late tomorrow...
More images of MyBlueHeaven to follow...
|06-08-2004 09:06 PM|
Awesome pics.....I guess Penguins can fly after all!!!
|06-08-2004 09:03 PM|
|striblue||Pete.... can you send these to Veverka. I sent him some in the past...but send them if you can. I can PM you his e-mail if you don't have it.|
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|06-08-2004 08:42 PM|
doing just phine!
|06-08-2004 08:36 PM|
bird's eye view...