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The Cape Cod Photos online gallery contains over 60 years of Cape Cod aerial photos and still continues to grow.
Chatham is uniquely located at the "elbow" of Cape Cod. It is know as "the first stop of the East Winds" and is the only Cape town that faces the Atlantic Ocean and Nantucket Sound...it also shares Pleasant Bay with Orleans. Chatham's coastline is everchanging due to two breaks in its barrier beach on the Atlantic side. Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge is also off of Chatham.
Chatham Yacht Club Regatta taken 8-04-13
Richard Cooper Kelsey was the founder of Kelsey-Kennard and the archives of his works span from the late 1940's thru 1987. Many are Classics depicting Cape Cod areas before development or the ever changing coastline. They are all to be treasured!
Orleans has multi-waterways that include Pleasant Bay, Cape Cod Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. Beautiful beaches and unique land shapes make it visually stunning from the Air.
Eastham, Wellfleet, Truro, and Provincetown make up the Lower Cape. Each town faces the unpredictable awesome power of the Atlantic Ocean and the more serene effects of Cape Cod Bay. They each have their own unique beauty.
Harwich and Brewster are both unique towns -Harwich with 3 harbors on Nantucket Sound -Brewster with its long coastal beach on the Bayside and incredible sand-flats at low tide. The towns abut each other inland by a series of beautiful ponds.
The towns of Dennis and Yarmouth encompass a variety of harbors and waterways from Nantucket Sound to Cape Cod Bay.
Barnstable is the largest community on the Cape and it is comprised of seven villages: Barnstable, Hyannis, Cotuit, Osterville, Marstons Mills, Centerville, and West Barnstable. Barnstable has many beautiful harbors and waterways on Nantucket Sound and Cape Cod Bay.
The Upper Cape is comprised of the towns of Bourne, Sandwich, Mashpee, and Falmouth. The coastlines of Falmouth and Bourne have numerous "nooks and crannies" to explore, and Bourne also includes most of the Cape Cod Canal entering from Buzzards Bay. Sandwich has a long coastal beach and entrance to the Canal from Cape Cod Bay, while Mashpee's coast is on the Nantucket Sound.