Nature

This home on Edgartown’s Katama Bay is as beautiful as its surroundings

By Chris White | July 15, 2019

A home on Edgartown’s Katama Bay gracefully embodies its dynamic surroundings The shape of Katama Bay, winding between Edgartown and Chappaquiddick, is one of the defining features on a chart…

This boathouse is INCREDIBLE

By Elizabeth Shaw | July 15, 2019

Nestled on Arey’s Pond in Orleans, a boathouse designed by McPhee Associates serves as both a private getaway and perfect spot to gather and reminisce. Looking at the pristine space,…

This garden oasis is a true masterpiece

By Julie Craven Wagner | July 15, 2019

A couple creates a sanctuary in the heart of a charming village Their Royal Highnesses, The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall, have spent much of the last…

Picture this!

By Allyson Plessner | July 2, 2019

Each year we receive thousands of stunning photo contest submissions. Choosing the photography contest winners is a time of much excitement and much contention at the Cape Cod Life office—there…

Sea turtles trapped in Cape Cod Bay – How science is saving them

By Abigail Rec | June 5, 2019

How sea turtles are getting trapped in Cape Cod Bay, and how science is saving them A 32-degree breeze chilled the coastline of Eastham as staff of the Mass Audubon’s…

Check out this brother-sister duo bringing their creativity to their family business

By Haley Cote | May 30, 2019

Interesting, unique, creative. These are all words Roman and Natasha Miskovsky use to describe the work of their father Paul Miskovsky’s company, Miskovsky Landscaping. But these words are equally applicable…

INCREDIBLE shots of the Cape!

By Allyson Plessner | April 23, 2019

A photo portfolio by Steven Koppel Photography is all about capturing a singular moment in time, but that doesn’t mean an image has to be static. The beauty of the…

This Cape Cod nature photography is STUNNING

By Allyson Plessner | April 17, 2019

Photography by Sarah Devlin For Sarah Devlin, becoming a photographer was, quite literally, a natural decision. Having always been intrigued by nature, it made sense for her to record and…

Gunkholing: Sunset Time

By Brian Shortsleeve | March 14, 2019

This is my favorite time of day. Whenever my schedule allows, I do my best to catch sunset. Each day has a beginning, a middle and an end. The end…

Harbor LIFE: Provincetown

By Bill O'Neill | November 15, 2018

 Expect the unexpected in this historic seaside escape We’ve all done it. Someone asks where on the Cape we live or visit, or maybe they want to know the…

Photo Portfolio: The Sky’s the Limit

By Haley Cote | November 15, 2018

  Aaron Gormley Aerial Photographer Photo PortfolioThe Sky’s the Limit Aaron Gormley takes his passion, and adventurous spirit, to new heights. Check out his work at capeaerials.com! **Scroll down for…

All Aboard to Snow Country

By Chris White | November 15, 2018

From New England to across the pond, Cape Cod Ski Club finds adventure and comradery on the slopes Photos courtesy of the Cape Cod Ski Club “Snow trains,” now legendary…

Fall Awakening

By Elizabeth Hilfrank | October 3, 2018

This fall season, make the most of your yard and get your gardens in tip-top shape for the spring ahead Spring is typically the first season to come to mind…

#sunsetsunday

By Allyson Plessner | September 13, 2018

  A September sunset on the Cape can’t be beat! Online, we celebrate all the breathtaking sunsets the Cape and Islands have to offer every Sunday on Instagram using the…

Harbor LIFE: Wellfleet

By Bill O'Neill | September 13, 2018

 Fresh seafood & fine art set this coastal community apart This is the fifth installment of a new series exploring the vibrant harbors across Cape Cod and the Islands…

Trailblazers: Mountain biking on Cape Cod

By Chris White | August 27, 2018

More and more riders are embarking on the Cape’s impressive trails, with one local organization paving the way Shards of splintered sunlight sparkle against oaks, bayberry bushes and tangles of…

The lure of the catch

By Julie Craven Wagner | August 2, 2018

  The Outer Cape fishing community holds tight to its time-honored tradition of surfcasting “Some go to church and think about fishing, others go fishing and think about God.”  –Tony Blake…

If you’re fond of sand dunes and salty air…

By Allyson Plessner | August 2, 2018

Sarah McCaffery and her husband, Simon, grew up enjoying summertime on the Cape with their families. From days spent roaming the beach or developing a taste for lobster rolls to…