While I looked at a lot of buildings in Provincetown, I also focused on the elements of what makes the place so beautiful, from the oily water lying in the marsh to the flowers to the trim on the buildings, basking in the light of the sunset.
Painter John Dowd years ago began capturing the way the light dances in Provincetown. I don't know what it is about the place, but the light of the waning sun changes the look of the place more than anywhere else I've been. I could have taken hundreds of pictures of the edges of the buildings at sunset. Unfortunately, the golden hour lasts only an hour, and I had my camera out only one afternoon.