Saturday, September 15, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #199

Pumpkin spice coffee from True Value, pumpkin muffin from Graul's - fall must be in the air! Does anyone have the recipe for the pumpkin muffins at Broadneck Grill? I LOVE those things. Must figure out how to bake them or else buy them in bulk from BG and freeze them.

Friday, September 14, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #198

Some pretty fall color courtesy of Graul's. Well, not courtesy. I had to pay for them.

Thursday, September 13, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #197

Something about the way this house is nestled back in the trees along the shores of Lake Claire beach has always appealed to me. Way back before it was renovated, I used to imagine it as the setting for a mystery novel. It perfectly frames the end of Lake Claire.

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #195

These couple of seagulls escorted us across the Bay Bridge on our way home from the Eastern Shore yesterday. I think they were enjoying the beautiful weather as much as we were.

Monday, September 10, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #194

The Magothy was insane with boat traffic yesterday afternoon. I guess everyone wanted a piece of the lovely day. The telltale boat wake in this picture is a sign of just one of the many boats that were flying up and down the river. Add to that the sailboats tacking back and forth, and it was mayhem on the Magothy. Little Dobbins Island sits calmly as the boating world whizzes by (or anchors around her backside for a different kind of mayhem:).

Sunday, September 9, 2012

Cape Photo of the Day - Photo #193

Here's that sunset I posted on Facebook yesterday evening following the wicked storm, but this time, with the Nikon instead of the iPhone. As it turns out, we did actually lose the tops of a few trees down by the water. That initial microburst or maybe even the funnel cloud clipped the edge of our yard and snapped three tree tops right off. Here's a picture of the largest one below. All in all, though, just happy we didn't lose power and nothing was in the way of our falling tree tops. The sunset was a nice, "I'm sorry" gesture from Mother Nature...