A biting cold day on the tide line in heavy snow. Ferocious weather all around, yet there was a singular, magic moment of utter peace. I have no explanation as to why this one flake was so large and alone, but I am so excited about capturing it with my camera that I can barely contain myself!
October 2012: Superstorm Sandy October 2013: The ocean continues to return bits of what it stole last year. This piece of boardwalk was washed up on to the tide line this month in a nor’easter. The one year anniversary coverage … Continue reading
Autumn storms bring sometimes conjure up memories of summer in very tangible ways.
Fall winds and tides are frequent these days. It seems that all the most recent photos that I have taken show the tangled, windswept beach. I find it much more difficult to find good shots in these conditions. First, it … Continue reading
I love the beach. Just week away from the anniversary of Superstorm Sandy, I remember the ocean’s destructive power and fury. But I really still love being beside it most of the time! Rarely do I bring home something that … Continue reading
This weekend our local beach, normally fairly clean, was a jumble of discarded water bottle lids, bits of fabric, old sand toys, and pieces of boardwalk (from Hurricane Sandy). It was startling (eye-opening?) to see the amount of trash that … Continue reading
The foam is impossibly thick after a storm, blowing across the beach in huge pieces. Creeping up upon unsuspecting sea creatures.
This is an unusual photo for me in that it includes a man-made item. New Jersey’s 130+ miles of coastline was littered with the remnants of people’s homes and lives after Superstorm Sandy last October. The miles of beach are … Continue reading