A Connecticut Beach on Long Island Sound



At Hammonasset Beach State Park, on the Meigs Point side, in Madison, CT. There was COVID testing going on on the opposite side of the park, so we stayed as far as we could from that.

"Hammonasset" means, "where we dig holes in the ground" and refers to the place where a settlement of eastern woodland Indians farmed along the Hammonasset River. In1920, the park was opened to the public

This post is a part of the My Corner of the World blogging meme. Visit more of my My Corner of the World posts.

 

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    1. Every spot on the beach and nature walk seemed exceptionally beautiful that day.

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  2. WOW! Such spectacular views!

    Happy New Year!

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    1. Thanks. That end of the park is pretty cool.

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  3. Beach photos are a favorite of mine!

    A fantastic addition to 'My Corner of the World' this week! May the new year bring you great things to photograph!

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    1. Thank you. Same to you. Happy shutterbugging.

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