Happy 🌎 Day! While #EarthDay may be once a year, we do our part every day to take care of our planet. We donate leftover food from banquet events whenever possible to the Boston Rescue Mission, an organization that brings food to the hungry to reduce food waste. Pictured here are Executive Chef Laurent Poulain and Food Manager of the Boston Rescue Mission, Dennis Gaskell.
Finally!! It felt like spring! I don’t know about you, but I feel SO much happier when the sun is out. Certainly got my vitamin D dose today. Walked for miles around the esplanade, beacon hill, Fenway, brookline, and Newbury street! Holy moly! The flowers, flip flops, and the people were all out today! 🌞🌞🌞
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Happy Earth Day 🌏 “You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference, and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make.” —Jane Goodall
Not the best pics but super cool seeing several whales at Brant Rock today!! (Pretty sure they are Right Whales, which means they are very endangered with 500-1000 left) Have been busy so not a lot of posts lately but new pics coming up 👍🐋
Today was rainy, so not too much photography. We spent the time exploring the area between Truro and Chatham on Cape Cod. A portion of the day was spent on Lighthouse Beach in Chatham, a place known for frequently spotted great white sharks year-round. We never saw any fins, but there were many seals around. I'm hoping to make it back there tomorrow before I head home. I found this small harbor near the beach and decided to stay there as I noticed that the storm was clearing. Within a brief moment, a rainbow appeared and my camera was out. Not the strongest colors, but still came out pretty good after a little bit of processing.#naturalmassachusetts#beautifulmassachusetts#visitma#newenglandoutdoors#lifeoncapecod
This was my last night up in Provincetown, and I wanted to go check out Wood End Lighthouse far out away from the people. The easiest way to get here is to walk across a long breakwater to the thin stretch of land were the lighthouse exists, and having already walked miles over dunes, beaches, and through town, my legs didn't have an easy time. The breakwater was a temporary home for two fishing ships that broke away from the harbor during a recent winter storm, and the boats have made it a popular spot to visit. I tried to make it out to the lighthouse as soon as possible, because I spotted dense incoming clouds on the horizon. Luckily I managed to be set up as some incredible light beams streaked across the sky behind the structure. And that was it. After about two minutes, the atmosphere was gone and the light faded away into dusk. As I was packing up, I saw a bird. It was white, but I had doubts about the animal it could be. Subconsciously I already knew what it was. After observing them so much this winter, I recognized it's flight behavior. It flew over and landed on the lighthouse. As I approached to go and see, it flew off onto a nearby ridge, and it was clearly a snowy owl. All white, the first male I've seen. But how? What was it doing this far south in late April? I still have no idea. I approached it again. I remember the ghostly look it gave me as it flew up, and then away into the distance. It was the most beautiful creature I've ever seen. If you ever get a chance to look for a snowy owl, don't turn it down. Many more of us have gotten lucky this year do to a huge burst in their population. I've already found three this winter accidentally. I don't know how many there will be next winter, but I will be looking for them. #naturalmassachusetts#beautifulmassachusetts#visitma#newenglandoutdoors#lifeoncapecod