Sunset at Old Silver Beach
-- Scenes of New England Photos
Sunset at Old Silver Beach in Falmouth, Mass.
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Article, photos by Eric Hurwitz
created for VisitingNewEngland.com on 9/2/2021 @newenglandinfo
What's better than a beautiful sunset? A
beautiful sunset on an ocean beach facing west!
Old Silver Beach in Falmouth, Mass. consistently takes high honors for
being in the right geographical location for brilliant sunsets. While
many New England beaches face due east, Old Silver Beach sports a
western view that allows the most spectacular sundown views. Most
people know Old Silver Beach as a dear old Cape Cod friend during the daytime
but those who wait it out or stop by later experience Mother Nature's
colorful glory capping the end of a blessed day.
Of course, not every evening will produce memorable sunsets so our
suggestion is to first tune into the local forecast. Then if
affirmative, enjoy this wonderland of colors and patterns in the sky
and thank the west for gracing us with these peaceful scenes. Keep in
mind, also, that you don't have to aim for perfect skies to witness a
great sunset. Often, higher clouds yield nicer sunsets as they catch
the sun's rays thus resulting in potentially vibrant red and orange
For you camera buffs looking for the ideal setting --- well, there
isn't one. A lot of picture taking is trial and error. The first
picture you see in this post was taken at 80 ISO, F5.0 with a 2000
Don't be too concerned about your camera/smarthphone and whether you
will get good photos, however. Just take in the magnificent scenes,
breathe in the salt sea Cape Cod air and live for the moment. It's not
every day, after all, that you can witness sunsets like this!
Old Silver Beach is located at 296
Quaker Rd. in Falmouth, MA
Stay right next to Old Silver Beach at
the Sea Crest Beach Hotel
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