Elizabeth Thomas Photography of Cape Cod: Blog https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog en-us (C) Elizabeth Thomas Photography of Cape Cod ldthomas1130@gmail.com (Elizabeth Thomas Photography of Cape Cod) Sun, 23 Feb 2014 02:49:00 GMT Sun, 23 Feb 2014 02:49:00 GMT https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/img/s/v-5/u410338943-o2507302-50.jpg Elizabeth Thomas Photography of Cape Cod: Blog https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog 120 118 Chatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2014/2/chatham-cape-cod-massachusetts Chatham, Cape Cod, MassachusettsChatham, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Racing to shore off Chatham on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.

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Standing Guard https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2014/2/standing-guard Standing GuardStanding Guard

A seagull sits on his perch and overseas the harbor.

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Quaint and scenic the small Wychmere Harbor on Cape Cod in Massachusetts.

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Grays Beach, Yarmouthport, Cape Cod, Massachusetts https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2013/1/grays-beach-yarmouthport-cape-cod-massachusetts Grays Beach, Yarmouthport, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

An empty and isolated beach in winter.

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Bass River Shoe Repair https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/12/bass-river-shoe-repair Bass River Shoe RepairBass River Shoe Repair

A christmas scene in Yarmouth, MA on Cape Cod

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Gurnet Light, Duxbury, MAssachusetts https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/11/gurnet-light-duxbury-massachusetts Gurnet Light, Duxbury, MAssachusetts0722_MG_8559

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A Snowy Burning Bush https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/11/a-snowy-burning-bush

A bright red burning bush branch contrasted by the white snow that covers it!

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Love these majestic birds. My all time favorites.

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Chickadee Bird in Landscape Format https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/11/chickadee-bird-in-landscape-format

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OUR WORD VIEW - Word of the Week = SERENDIPITOUS https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-o-u-r---w-o-r-d---v-i-e-w---w-o-r-d---o-f---w-e-e-k
A collaborative BLOG between two friends (me and my friend Barbara Pagnotti) who's paths were separated for 20 years and have found one another once again online. Both share a love of the ocean, nature and of course photography! A fondness for inspirational sayings has sparked this project. Each Sunday we will post the "WORD OF THE WEEK" and our individual interpretation of the word via two separate photos on our blog "OUR WORD VIEW"! Please feel free to link up a photo with your interpretation of the "WORD OF THE WEEK" with the "LINK UP" button. If linking to a blog we would prefer you link to the Post the photo is in and not the Home page. Join our FLICKR group and add your photo interpretation of the word and join in the discussion! 
Our Word View - FLICKR
 
3/11/12 Word of the Week = SERENDIPITOUS
 
Each week Barbara and I take turns picking the "Word of the Week". Well this week it was my turn and I chose the word last weekend. For some reason this word "Serendipitous" kept popping into my head. Truth be told I really didn't even know the definition of the word. I had to actually look it up in the dictionary before I decided what would be an appropriate picture or subject to post. The definition is; chance, accidental, coincidental, lucky, fluky, fortuitous; unexpected, unforeseen.
 
This could not apply more to our pug Virgil. Let me tell you his story. We rescued Virgil last September. My husband and I already had a 3-year-old yellow lab "Brady" and had previously had two dogs prior to him. We had decided we never wanted two dogs again. We felt they are too much work, are too expensive and there is too much jealousy between them. 
 
Last September my daughter and her husband came down to visit with their dog Harry (a chocolate lab) so we could take the two dogs to a "Dog Fair" at the next town over. The Fair had all kinds of little exhibits and events for the dogs to take part in. While we were there we ran into an old friend of ours who used to have a Pug. We asked her how her dog was doing and she told us it had passed away. She said instead of getting another dog she was now doing "Pug Rescues" and she happen to have 3 with her that day. I have never really been attracted to Pugs. I've always been a big dog person. We certainly were not in the market for a second dog. We were very happy with our one dog family. So while my husband continued to talk to our friend I ventured over to the pen that held the three pugs. There were two that came running forward right away. There was a third, little one that just sat very quietly over on the edge. I looked at him and he looked at me with the sweetest little face. I started to talk to the boy standing there watching over the dogs and asked him some questions. I then asked if I could pick up the little pug. The dog was boney, covered in eczema, filthy dirty and his nails were disgustingly long. But when I picked him up there was something about him that just screamed LOVE! I held him and he nuzzled me and that was it! I asked the boy some further questions about his temperament. I then walked over to my husband and friend, with dog in arms and said, "I am adopting this dog!" My husband said "No you're not!" I said "I am adopting this dog!" and the rest is history. 
 
Because our friend knows us and where we live she let us take him home that day. She gave us his medical history and print out from her vet. We left and immediately took him to get his nails trimmed and gave him a flea and oatmeal bath. We then had our vet check him out. Fortunately he had no serious physical problems. Over the next couple of months his eczema completely cleared up. We got his nails back to a normal length by having them trimmed every three weeks and he has plumped up. 
 
He snorts and snores. He snuggles and licks. He's partly blind and deaf. But he is an incredible love and it is the best thing that we have ever done. Oh… and my husband is now thrilled we brought him home! It was totally FORTUITOUS, LUCKY, ACCIDENTAL, BY CHANCE, TOTALLY FLUKY, UNEXPECTED AND UNFORESEEN that this happened. It was SERENDIPITOUS but absolutely meant to happen for all of us! Even Brady loves him and they have become fast friends!
 
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I know, I know you don't have to say it ... but I couldn't resist! I saw this little hat the perfect size for my pug Virgil and I just had to start snapping away. He just laid there while I took the pictures! What a good little trooper!
 
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East Coast Sunrises & Sunsets https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-e-a-s-t---c-o-a-s-t---s-u-n-r-i-s-e-s---s-u-n-s-e-t-s
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It's amazing how the same sky can have limitless colors depending upon the number of clouds, the time of day and the height of the sun or moon. The picture above and below were both taken last October on different days at sunset on Mount Desert Island in Maine in the exact same spot. In the photo above the sun had already sunk below the horizon and for every five minutes that passed the sky became more vibrant orange. It was truly amazing! The shot below was taken about 10 minutes before the sun set on a different night.




Below is a picture of the "Snow Moon" as it was rising over the Cape Cod Canal behind the Sagamore Bridge. The moon was actually a vibrant orange and huge. It cast an unbelievable bluish purple color across the sky.



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These three pictures are all taken at sunrise over the Cape Cod Canal in Massachusetts looking at the Sagamore Bridge. 



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The variation in color in the three skies is just amazing! We really do see some beautiful  sunrises and sunsets on the east coast. 
 
 
I can't attest to everywhere else but on a consistent basis I must say the skies here will never disappoint you!
 
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In The Picture - Self Portrait Project - Theme "Black & White" 3/9/12 https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-i-n---p-i-c-t-u-r-e---s-e-l-f---p-o-r-t-r-a-i-t---p-r-o-j-e-c-t---t-h-e-m-e I am participating in a project with my Blogger friend "Urban Muser" and other participants in which each month we post different self portraits. The project is called "In The Picture". We set our own personal goal for the number of pictures within a year we are going to take. I am aiming for "52" or "1" per week. She will post a new area of the body, subject or theme to focus on the first Friday of each month and then we Link up our pictures with everyone else on the last Friday of the each month. This will be a challenge and fun as I find taking a picture of myself has always been uncomfortable! Anyone else who might feel inclined to join the project (it's free) can go to the following link for details: Urban Muser Blog - "In The Picture"

MARCH 2012 - THEME #1 - "Black & White"
3/9/12


Yesterday on Cape Cod the temperature reached the mid-sixties but so did the winds. The sun was out and so tucked up on my deck out of the worse of the wind I sat for an hour and enjoyed the rays. It was so nice to feel the warmth on my face! I know I shouldn't and it's bad for me but I love the sun! It felt so wonderful and it's amazing how the sun just lifts your spirit. After feeling like a mole all winter I thoroughly enjoyed sitting there with my little Pug Virgil on my lap and by yellow Lab Brady at my side. We all enjoyed the time completely! 

 
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Just another day in Maine https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-j-u-s-t---a-n-o-t-h-e-r---d-a-y---i-n---m-a-i-n-e
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The juxtaposition in landscapes that makes up Mount Desert Island in Maine is amazing. On the one hand you have the amazing coastline that completely surrounds the Island. Then you have the quaint fishing villages, Bar Harbor being one that dot the shoreline. In the middle is Acadia National Forest, which in October when we visited is absolutely beautiful with vibrant foliage. Just outside of Bar Harbor the road is lined with huge old mansions originally built at the turn of the century by the very rich that used to escape the long hot summers of New York and Boston. Well worth the long drive this island will not disappoint!


 
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Mashpee Commons, Mashpee Massachusetts Cape Cod https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-m-a-s-h-p-e-e---c-o-m-m-o-n-s---m-a-s-h-p-e-e---m-a-s-s-a-c-h-u-s-e-t-t-s
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On Cape Cod in the Town of Mashpee there is a wonderful outside mall called "Mashpee Commons". The mall is built to look like an old New England town. Over the years the mall has continued to expand and now it covers four blocks. There is every type of clothing, novelty, jewelry, shoe, dish, specialty & gift, book, cigar, kitchen, pet and some high-end chain stores. There are all kinds of restaurants, a Starbucks plus a movie theatre. Beginning in the spring right up through Christmas on the weekends there is events being held at the commons in the outside areas and you can barely find a spot to park. The place is jammed with people. It is a wonderful spot to go on a nice day and walk around. There really is a smattering of wonderful shops to poke around in and places to eat even a Tea Shoppe with bakery items. If you're ever in the area where Route 151 and Route 28 in Mashpee converge make a point of stopping for a visit! 
 
 
 

 






 
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Monday Memories - 3/5/12 https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-m-o-n-d-a-y---m-e-m-o-r-i-e-s---3-5-1-2
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Looking Back at the past week…
 
1) I wish I had….. been able to go to dinner with my daughter.
 
2) I made….. several sales this week.
 
3) My dogs….. are crashed on the floor!
 
4) I’m grateful….. my checkbook balanced the first time!
 
5) To relax….. I soaked in the hot tub as much as possible as long as possible!
 
6) My husband….. is sound a sleep on the couch and snoring up a storm!
 
7) I was happy….. we booked a trip to St. Martin!
 
8) I have a feeling of accomplishment….. because I cleaned my house totally!
 
9) I spent too much….. time cleaning my house but am glad I did!
 
10) I took time to….. pay my bills for the whole month!
 
And I look forward to….. my trip in a couple of weeks! J

 
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OUR WORD VIEW - Word of the Week = OPPORTUNITY https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-o-u-r---w-o-r-d---v-i-e-w---w-o-r-d---o-f---w-e-e-k---o-p-p-o-r-t-u-n-i-t-y
A collaborative BLOG between two friends (me and my friend Barbara Pagnotti) who's paths were separated for 20 years and have found one another once again online. Both share a love of the ocean, nature and of course photography! A fondness for inspirational sayings has sparked this project. Each Sunday we will post the "WORD OF THE WEEK" and our individual interpretation of the word via two separate photos on our blog "OUR WORD VIEW"! Please feel free to link up a photo with your interpretation of the "WORD OF THE WEEK" with the "LINK UP" button. If linking to a blog we would prefer you link to the Post the photo is in and not the Home page. Join our FLICKR group and add your photo interpretation of the word and join in the discussion! 
Our Word View - FLICKR
 
3/4/12 Word of the Week = OPPORTUNITY
For the life of me I could not figure out what I was going to pick for this word. Barbara picked the word for this week and it was a tough one. I searched my archives of pictures and came across this picture of a bee inside a rose. I suppose you can interpret it one of two ways. Either it was my opportunity at getting the shot while the bee was in the rose OR it was the bee taking the opportunity of getting the nectar from the rose. Either way this is my choice for the Word of the Week "Opportunity"!
 
Check out our blog for Barbara's interpretation of the word! http://ourwordview.blogspot.com/
 
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In The Picture-Self Portrait Project- 3/2/12 -Theme "Write On" https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/3/-i-n---p-i-c-t-u-r-e---s-e-l-f---p-o-r-t-r-a-i-t---p-r-o-j-e-c-t---3-2-1-2
I am participating in a project with my Blogger friend "Urban Muser" and other participants in which each month we post different self portraits. The project is called "In The Picture". We set our own personal goal for the number of pictures within a year we are going to take. I am aiming for "52" or "1" per week. She will post a new area of the body, subject or theme to focus on the first Friday of each month and then we Link up our pictures with everyone else on the last Friday of the each month. This will be a challenge and fun as I find taking a picture of myself has always been uncomfortable! Anyone else who might feel inclined to join the project (it's free) can go to the following link for details: Urban Muser Blog - "In The Picture"
 
FEBRUARY 2012 - THEME #2 - "WRITE ON" - To use some words in your self portrait either literally right on my body or by adding text to my photo during post-processing, share a message, a word, or a quote that means something to you!
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I picked the word "Curls" because as you can see I have a thick, full head of hair that is very wavy and full of curls! Most of my siblings have thick full hair which we get from my mother. Although her hair at 85 its still very thick and full it has always been bone straight. I think we get the waves and curl from my father. Unfortunately he was not blessed with a bountiful head of hair. And so my theme and word are "Curls". 
 
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Wordless Wednesday - 2/29/12 https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/2/-w-o-r-d-l-e-s-s---w-e-d-n-e-s-d-a-y---2-2-9-1-2
 Coast Guard Cutter Dependable, from Cape May NJ as it goes through the Cape Cod Canal
 
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MacKillop's Bakery the Best Meat Pies Anywhere - Sandwich Massachusetts https://www.elizabeththomasphotographyofcapecod.com/blog/2012/2/-m-a-c-k-i-l-l-o-p-s---b-a-k-e-r-y---b-e-s-t---m-e-a-t---p-i-e-s 20161105-5DS_5246
 
On Cape Cod in the Town of Sandwich is a little bakery called MacKillop’s on Route 130 headed towards the Town of Mashpee. 

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Sandra Smith is the owner and the bakery is actually in the front of her house. She with the help of her friend Ellen both very friendly, sell the typical delicious baked goodies, which are absolutely delicious. 
My favorites are enormous cinnamon rolls and lemon cake. I always stop in on Friday mornings for coffee and a sweet after dropping my dogs off at doggie daycare.
But what is beyond phenomenal and probably the BEST I have ever had anywhere are her MEAT pies. She makes Shepherds Pie, Beef Marsala Pie, Pork Marsala Pie, and Chicken Pot Pie. They come in two sizes, large and small. The large is $15.00 and feeds 4 people. The small is $8.00 and sufficiently feeds 2 people. 
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Sandra simmers the meat and fixings all day long. It literally is a home cooked meal. I always have two in my freezer at all times. When in a pinch I pull one out frozen, throw it in the oven at 400 degrees and cook it for an hour. HEAVEN on a plate!!! I cannot emphasize enough how it is well worth the stop and stocking up on a couple of pies. But let me warn you it must be early because she sells out of them fast and does not mass-produce them. So they sell quickly!!! MacKillop’s Bakery in Sandwich the best meat pies anywhere!!!

 
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