A nor’easter moved off Cape Cod never reaching Maine while the surf from the storm pounded the more northern shores for three days. The waves, not large enough to be frightening, delighted visitors and residents alike and the surfers on Higgins Beach finally got some long rides. As the light on day four left the sky, all was right in the world.
2 thoughts on “# 66 Higgins Beach: A Photo Essay”
Lovely grey/blue silvery photos!