Monday, January 17, 2011

Surf, Snow and Lighthouses - Montauk 1-16-11

My girlfriend, Britt, and I decided to get away from the city this weekend. We were planning on skiing but after thinking of the crowded east-coast mountains on holiday weekends decided against it. We got into the car and drove the length of Long Island out to Montauk, and specifically the lighthouse at the tip of the island. I've never been on a beach when there was snow on the ground, so this was a new experience. In reality, there wasn't much snow. There were however, some 8 ft tall reeds that served as a backdrop to some photos, and the previously mentioned lighthouse. The pictures below are from a fun and low key day of winter exploration. I hope you enjoy. Comments and questions, as always, are welcome.





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