The sunset, reflected in Blackfish Creek, was particularly vibrant on this November evening.

Wellfleet is famous for its oysters. The OysterFest is held on the weekend following Columbus Day. There is a shucking contest and oysters are served on the half shell and in stew. Click the photo for a slideshow of the event.

Briar Lane has been selling homemade jams and jellies since 1932.

A historic mile marker is out in the front of Wellfleet Town Hall. It was moved from its original location.

The First Congregational Church was established in 1721.

Wellfleet United Methodist Church has a five pointed steeple.

This raised bed daffodil garden was a bright spot of color along the way.

Our Lady of Lourdes Church has been closed and a new larger church opened in 2009. I particularly like the doors of this church. This building is now being used by the town as a commmunity center.

Adams Lodge was organized in 1797.

Wellfleet Historical Society has beautiful arched windows.

This bright blue building is a real estate office.

This blue dory sits by the edge of Wellfleet Town landing.

The town is viewed here across the marsh.

Here is a view of the harbor from across the marsh.

A group of men enjoys fishing in the harbor.

Wellfleet Harbor is home to many day-boat fishermen.

Wellfleet Harbor Actors' Theater (WHAT) is known for its avante garde productions. Director/playwright, Gip Hoppe attained international fame with his production of Jackie, An American Life, based on the life of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

The company opened its new Julie Harris Stage in June, 2007.

The tide was low in Chequessett Neck.

Lobster in the Rough is typical of many Cape seafood restaurants that attract crowds of tourists during the summer.

Marconi Beach is the site of the first Transatlantic radio transmission. There is not much left of the original equipment but there is a model as well as signs explaining the event.

Wellfleet is known for its numerous art galleries.

After a rather dreary March day, this sunset was magnificent. The view is over a marsh to Loagy Bay and Lieutenant Island.

A sign near Lieutentant Island Bridge warns that the road is under water at high tide.

The sunset on Blackfish Creek was a serene experience.

In early February, the creek was covered with snow and ice.

Wellfleet's post office is an unusual round wooden building.

The Cape is a tourist area so we have colorful souvenir shops, like this one on Route 6, with all sorts of beach toys and floats, and of course, teeshirts.

It is fun to watch a double feature from your car at the Wellfleet Drive-In.
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