Day 77 (17 March 2012) Newport Cliff Walk


Today my gf and I met in Newport, RI to do the Cliff Walk and to just hang out.  The weather was predicted to be mid 50s and sunny by noon.  But not surprisingly, the weatherman (or weather app) was wrong.  We didn’t see the sun till about 4pm, but instead had a dull day for most of the hike.  But it was in the low 50s, so it was very comfortable 🙂

I took many photos during the walk (thankfully my gf is into photography, too, else I wouldn’t hardly get any, or really annoy her ever 10 min by stopping), but these are a couple of my favorites.  Feel free to check out the rest of them by clicking on my Flickr feed on the right.→

The Clouds Break

The Clouds Break

The One That Got Away

The One That Got Away

The sunset was taken from the other side of the city, on our way to dinner.  We almost didn’t even notice it, but a guy taking a pic from the middle of  the street, holding up traffic, made us look in that direction.  We got to the water’s edge just as the sun was dipping below the horizon leaving us with the most spectacular sunset I’ve seen in a very long time, if not ever!

Newport Sunset

Newport Sunset

Newport Sunset

Newport Sunset

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6 thoughts on “Day 77 (17 March 2012) Newport Cliff Walk

  1. Jeremy, Today I published on Amazon kdp my novel Nicky Nighttime. Its locale is The Cliff Walk. May I have your permission to use one of your photographs as its cover? Of course your name will appear at its photographer. Many thanks, King James Weyant. kingweyant1@yahoo.com.

  2. Pingback: I’M PUBLISHED!!! | 365 Photos by Jeremy

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