Victoria's Light

Cape Cod is such a beautiful place, a national treasure. If you search Harry Callahan’s images, you will find many taken at various places on the Cape. What struck me most was how the coast is voraciously preserved and protected. Yes, there is lots of expensive (and seldom used) luxury housing, but the dunes and waterways remain as pristine as mankind’s intrusion allows. Being with Laura and Vinny, the true meaning of family, makes the experience all the more. When I am home, aside from sea gulls and some crows and at dusk many bats, I don’t hear much of the singing of birds. There, on many levels, the birds sang symphonically.

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