Ditch Plains beach, low tide.
It was a crisp beautiful day for a walk along the ocean.
After our Ditch Plains visit, we continued east to Montauk Point.
The radar remnant is the only one of its kind still in existence.
Numerous signs dotted the cliff edges warning us to keep back.
The bluffs reminded me of this George Bellows painting:
Shore House, 1911 by George Bellows40" x 42" image via
The feeling of windblown desolation is the same today as it was then.
The lighthouse and its museum are closed now for the season. They reopen in March. There is a privately run cafe and gift shop that was open for refreshments when we were there.