Monday, October 26, 2009

No Diving From Pier ~1962




The warm waters of the Gulf Stream get deflected offshore by Cape Cod, cross the Atlantic, and warm up the British Isles and coastal Europe. In the meantime places like Boston and Provincetown are at least ten degrees farenheit colder than the coast of southeast Massachusettes and points south. I grew up south of Cape Cod and thought the water was too cold even then. After all of these years living in South Florida? Provincetown water is COLD! But these kids were having fun, jumping in the water then clambering back up on the pier.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

To jump in cold water you must be strong or young ! At least young enough to do it happily!
Your two pictures Al, conveys a sense of freedom.
robert blu

5:17 PM  

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