This is the Ocean Grove fishing pier.
(I love it when a photo is really juicy right out of the camera. Like this. Bam.)
(Well. I did straighten it and nudge the white point a little, but that’s it, I swear.)
April 1, 2012
March 18, 2012
January 28, 2012
Hello fiddler crab!
(He was on the bike path at Sandy Hook. Like Mister Snake, I almost skated over this guy, too.)
January 9, 2012
Every time I go back to Asbury Park, the casino looks different. Above is how the Ocean Grove side of the casino looked in 2011…
…but THIS is how it looked four years ago, in 2007.
Thus far, this has not happened.
It’s interesting to watch this stuff happen over time.
January 7, 2012
January 2, 2012
I don’t live in Monmouth County anymore, but my parents do, and I visit them, and sometimes there are nifty things around here to photograph. So I’m going to add a couple unofficial not-updates (since MCDP is very clearly “no longer updating”). 🙂
After my last post (August 17, 2008), I moved to Chicago for two years, and then back to north Jersey. I’m still there, and I’ve been running New Providence Daily Photo for a year and a half (welllll… a little over a year). It’s sort of the bastard stepsister of Monmouth County Daily Photo.
There’s nothing like NOT living on the shore to make you appreciate it!
Is MCDP still on your RSS feed? Do you still even have an RSS feed? If so, how are you doing?
July 25, 2008
Okay. Look. I know they’re gross enough that you don’t really want to carry them around in your pocket, but does that mean you should just THROW THEM ON THE BEACH?! I found these two applicators about 20 feet apart at Sea Girt. Seriously, folks. Grow up.
(P.S. If this offends you, well, so it goes. Which is a thoroughly mature response, especially coming from someone who had the audacity to say “grow up,” but, y’know, it’s a part of modern life. If I were going to be a feminist, I’d say something like, “It’s not disgusting; it’s a beautiful and natural part of being a woman.” I’m not a feminist; it’s gross. But I am someone with a camera who doesn’t think life is all sunsets and flowers.)