Love the Place You Live: Cape Cod

I am a big fan of Design Mom and so excited to be participating in her Love the Place You Live link-up!  Today I am sharing a little bit of Cape Cod’s beauty.  Hope you enjoy!

1. My Cape Cod is a natural beauty.

2. She shows her age with dignity and grace.

3. She is welcoming to all.

4. She is health conscious.

5. She is not afraid of a little color!

6. She has interesting hobbies.

7. And she’s is not afraid to get dirty!

8. She does occasional enjoy dressing up.

9. And loves to twirl!

10. She sure is fun to be around!



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  1. I found your post on Design Mom’s link-up. Thanks for sharing! We moved to Massachusetts a year ago, and I still haven’t been to the Cape, but you’ve inspired me to take a winter trip! I’m looking forward to introducing myself to her. I shared my love of the history we’re steeped in here, particularly at Lexington & Concord.

    • Off-season is nice on the Cape if you are looking to get away from crowds. Hopefully you get sunny days when you come : ) I used to live near Lexington and miss that area!

  2. I love how each picture focuses on the beauty of the little things…the shell is my favorite. This is a great idea for a linkup.

    Thanks for the link to Design Mom too! Her blog is great.

    • It was a case of being resourceful. I wanted to take pictures of vistas like Design Mom has on here site but no vistas presented themselves to me yesterday. Thanks Tania!

    • Thanks!!! We love it! You should definitely add it to your places to visit. I am adding Normandy to mine (Paris is already there)! Thanks for stopping by and thanks for the link-up!

  3. Ann, these photos are lovely. They totally say “Cape Cod”. Add a photo of some fried clams or something so I can smell it, and I’m totally there!

    Also, wow, a comment from Gabrielle Blair! :)


    • Haven’t quite mastered the art of food photography yet, but that’s a great idea to include all the senses!

      Neato – huh?!

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