Photos From Our Trip to Newport, Rhode Island

I’d been hesitant to incorporate non-professional material into this website, but I’ve since changed my mind. Hopefully some of these kinds of entries will add to a more positive experience when visitors read entries on Cape Cod SEO. Your feedback and comments are appreciated.

Photographs taken from our trip to Newport, Rhode Island – Memorial Day weekend. I’m waiting for my Flickr account to be approved from Yahoo, so I hopefully will be able to upload some additional photographs soon (does anyone know how long that takes?). If you have not been there, I highly recommend it. In addition to the famous Newport mansions, there is a great downtown area with restaurants, shopping and activities.

In case it was not obvious, my wife and I enjoyed touring the mansions ;-).

Two Homes seen in distance from Cliff Walk

The Marble House

Facade at the Breakers


Facade of Chateau-sur- mer

Danger Zones: Five Most Dangerous Vacation Destinations

Your in-laws are not on this list. Also excluded are the obvious places where Americans just aren’t welcome, like Iraq and North Korea. And the potential for an accidental faceplant while body boarding on Nauset Beach doesn’t count either. But if a vacation is not a vacation unless you’ve had a few Fear Factor moments, and living to tell the tale is half the fun of coming home, you might want to keep reading. The following is a short list of the some of the most dangerous places in the world to take a vacation.

Story Behind The Photograph

Taken in Providenciales, Turks and Caicos

The photograph I chose for most of my profile contributions actually was taken in Providenciales, located in the Turks and Caicos Islands when my wife and I were on our honeymoon. It’s not a photograph on Cape Cod, but an ocean photograph nonetheless. My wife took it when we stopped at Turtle Cove to get one last look at the ocean and the beach.

Six Great Photos of Ocean Sunsets and Views on Cape Cod

One of the reasons to be on Cape Cod is, of course, the love of the ocean. It’s easy to find yourself sitting at Skaket Beach, enjoying a quiet lunch with the sound of the ocean by your side. In addition, being able to find the time to enjoy watching a sunset or sunrise on the ocean is a pleasant escape from the pulls and tugs of the everyday rat race.

Here are six great photographs of ocean views and sunsets from different areas of Cape Cod.