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It seems that some of the best photographs are taken while travelling. New places. New people. New inspirations. But when you’re fortunate enough to live on Oyster Pond in Falmouth, Massachusetts – or anywhere on Cape Cod for that matter  – there’s truly no place like home.

I captured a series of images on a lazy, hazy day at home last week simply by looking out the window, grabbing my camera and wide angle lens, and stepping outside. Minutes later would have been too late.

Afternoon Dream

Afternoon Dream 2

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One of my favorite places to walk is around Oyster Pond (on which we reside), in the Quissett area of Falmouth, onto the bike path at Surf Drive overlooking Vineyard Sound.  It’s particularly fun on a foggy spring day, when everything is fresh and green, and the summer crowds have yet to arrive. Usually accompanying me is my Canon 5D Mark II with a 24-105 “walk around” lens, or my tiny “just in case” Canon SD700 tucked into my pocket. The point-and-shoot does a remarkably good job under non-challenging situations, capturing all but one of the photographs below. Can you guess which ones?

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