Friday, June 12, 2009

Skywatch Friday No. 48: Paine's Creek Beach

Paine's Creek Beach is at Brewster on Cape Cod.  It is facing north towards the Cape Cod Bay.  The beaches facing north are very different from the beaches facing south towards the Atlantic ocean.  The north facing beaches have sand flat extends way out into Cape Cod Bay.  When the tide is low we can walk miles out toward the water.

The county government seed clams in the sand for the local residence to do clamming on the beach, a back-breaking entertainment.  The beach is very private and similar to many beaches on the Cape, which only have residence parking.  Thus if you are outsiders, you are out of luck!! 

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14 comments:

RuneE said...

Oh, well - I'll have to find somewhere else to go then! :-)

Rob Ripma said...

That is a beautiful beach. You are lucky to have such an awesome place to explore.

Guy D said...

These are great, I love the first shot especially.

Have a great weekend
Guy
Regina In Pictures

Sylvia K said...

Great shots! Love the first one! Lovely beach! Have a great weekend! And Happy SWF!

Janie said...

A shame there isn't some sand open to outsiders. Lovely beaches.

Calm Energy said...

Beautiful... wish there were more places like this for people to visit... anything public is so built up...
Have a lovely weekend, Maria

uncleawang said...

That a wonderful place of nature,i enjoy the visit thru your blog:)
Nice shot & have a wonderful weekend.

Glennis said...

Great wide open spaces, and a nice beach, huge expanses of sky in the first photo..

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Beautiful skywatch shots. Love the first shot.

Gunilla said...

Fantastic pictures.Beautiful beach. Thanks for sharing.

Greetings from Sweden

Gunilla

Sara G said...

Beautiful photo's!!
Happy SWF

kRiZ cPEc said...

I could sit and watch the sky in the first shot until it's dark. :)

Arija said...

A very beautifulphoto o that great cross-hatched sky and exclusive beach and creek. Nice for locals, not so nice for the population at large.

Baruch said...

Awesome sky & beautifully taken

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