Driving to Narragansett you are likely to see these trees if you take the scenic route. I've driven by them many times and wanted to take a photo. I'm not sure if it's technically part of the Wildlife Preserve, but it's right next to it so it's easy to find.
At the Fisherman's Memorial in Pt Judith there is a cross behind a large stone monument. Some flower pots are next to it, and it overlooks the ocean - most likely where fishermen want to be remembered. While 56 names of fishermen lost at sea carved in stone is nice, I really think this cross has a more personal meaning. On the other side, facing the ocean, is the nickname "Buzz" and dates 6/59 4/05.
It was a rather gloomy day so I set out to drive to the coast to catch some boats, but as I found my way to Narragansett I realized the clouds off the coast weren't very gloomy at all. So I headed over to the Pt Judith Lighthouse. While driving near the lighthouse I noticed a woman walking down a dirt road, and I thought it might be a good location to get some shots from. Boy was I right! Checkout the RI Lighthouse Gallery for more.
This is one of my all time favorite spots. The rock formation at Gunning Rock in Narragansett, RI is just amazing. I couldn't beleive the color of the rocks, and the size. On the other side of this rock it's a cliff with waves crashing against it.