Saturday, April 18, 2009

Shipwreck At Newcomb Hollow

A blogger from Wellfleet has taken a few new photos of the remains of an 1800's schooner that apparently sank off the Wellfleet beach and washed up over the winter of 2007-2008. I took a bunch of photos in February of 2008 ... Here. The photos from the blog were taken over the last few days. His new photos are .. Here. What you'll see as you compare the sets of pictures is that the sand has a way of burying and unburying the wreck, which is easy (and fun) to visit, just a few hundred yards south of the Newcomb Hollow parking lot.


Alexandra Grabbe said...

Hi, Bob. Yes, it is fascinating to see how the wreck changes, looking different each time. Oh, and I am a "her," not a "him," and run a green bed & breakfast in Wellfleet.

rjsheldon said...

Alexandra - I apologize - I thought Sven took the photos.