sunset // sunrise

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a little over a week ago i went with a friend on a quick trip to the cape. she had to make the trip for work and invited me along. we drove further out than we needed so that we could stay closer to the national seashore on the outer cape. the sun was close to setting by the time we arrived, so we sped out to one of the beaches on the eastern side overlooking the bay. there i saw what i *think* was my first east coast ocean sunset. i don’t even know if i’ve watched a pacific ocean sunset the many times i’ve been out there. it was incredibly beautiful to see, and the high winds made the choppy water so interesting to photograph. it was freezing, though! the next morning we took advantage of the still late sunrise time (7:11am?!) and drove to the national seashore side to see the sun rise over the same (kinda) ocean. i know sunsets and sunrises are a little cliche for photographs these days, but i had a lot of fun capturing the waves and the golden light. i also kept thinking about how different the beach was from when i was in maine earlier in the week. white sand and dunes as far as the eye could see!

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