Here are some photos out of the 40 or so that I took today that give a good sampling of this popular state park. I was on a wide angle kick today, so most of these were shot at 18-25mm.
Saltmarsh grass along Brushy Pt, cove side
View looks to the west, with New London visible in the distance
Leading the Way
This boardwalk leads from the cove side to the "breaker" side of Brushy Pt.
A section of beach fencing lies forgotten amongst the beach grass
East towards Bluff Point
The "breakers" side of Brushy Pt. The rocky tip of Bluff Pt. is visible.
Phragmites facing East
The faded flowers of Common Reed [Phragmites australis] sway in a light breeze
Boulders and Breakers
The surf is no match for these huge granite boulders at the eastern tip of Bluff Point. Fisher's Island, NY, is the barely visible landmass along the distant horizon.
Salt marsh and trees
This small area of marsh wetlands is bordered by a stand of hardwood and evergreens