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Earlier this year, the nonprofit WalkBoston produced a wonderful walking map of the historic city of Revere.  If you’re ever in the neighborhood you can access the map online via this link or contact the organization for lovely paper maps. As with many a seaside town, Revere in summer is quite different than Revere in winter.  In either season, my favorite walk is along the beach.  This is what I saw this weekend before the chill drove me home.

More about WalkBoston.

More about Revere Beach.

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the interior of a broken shell

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Just another stone that stood out during a brief walk along the shore, found not too far from this one.

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These images are from a quick walk taken just before sunset

when the low-angled light was so bright and wonderfully illuminating.

The end of day was a bit blustery and I think the tide was coming in

producing ripples and waves wearing away at the sands.

I collected some rocks that I’m sure I’ll play with over time.  Other items were picked up long enough to photograph but they were left behind and are now probably back beneath the ocean.

Such a walk was a nice way to end the day.

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… it became a game to walk along the beach for a stretch and then to whip around and see where the sun was layering its light.

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Probably not, but it can be fun looking.  These slices of color were found inside shells that lay on Revere Beach.

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