Neds Point Light

This post is for my sister. Sandy likes lighthouses.

 It was such an unseasonably warm day that I didn’t want to spend it indoors. I was meeting a friend to photograph her cat for the pet calendar and the we were going to lunch at the Olive Garden.  I love their salad. I don’t know why I like it so much…it’s just iceberg lettuce, some onion slices, a couple of sliced  tomatoes and cheese and croutons. It must be the house dressing because I can’t get enough of it.

But anyway after our little photo shoot and a nice lunch I turned my car south to the little coastal town of Mattapoisett. I wanted to see if I could locate Neds Point Lighthouse and if I was successful I wanted to see if I could get some sunset pictures.

So I don’t have much more to say. I’ll let you decide if my mission was successful or not.

Check  the tiny moon!

The setting sun was casting a lovely, rosy glow.

Of course I had to get at least one picture with the seagulls.

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0 Responses to Neds Point Light

  1. Sandra says:

    Thanks Deb, nice pictures. I do love lighthouses.

  2. Nancy Centers says:

    These pictures are great. It was a beautiful day and you captured the light changing wonderfully at sunset. You even got the moon! I’d like to go down there sometime. There is a family restaurant that we have tried right off Rt. 6 in Mattapoiset that also has a seafood shop with fresh catch.

    • Dusty Roads says:

      I noticed a little town beach as I drove along Main st and I though of you and the kids. At the lighthouse there’s a grassy park with benches but no beach. Rt 6 aka COunty Rd did look like a busy place with lots of buinesses where Main St. was kind of “sleepy”.

    • Dusty Roads says:

      I’d go back again. It’s an easy drive so just let me know when you want to go.