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SUNDAY POST – BAY

I knew when I read the word “bay” that I was going to really find this challenge to be a true challenge.  These shots are all captured in Brigantine, NJ and are apparently the only “bay” shots I have.  Still, I hope you enjoy, and I hope I have done Jake’s challenge, @ jakesprinters,  some justice.

Steelman Bay - been blogged already, but I like the chairs :-)

Steelman Bay – been blogged already, but I like the chairs 🙂

Steelman Bay - rebuilding a dock after Hurrican Sandy

Steelman Bay – rebuilding a dock after Hurrican Sandy

Presidential motorcade heading over the Brigantine Bridge over the Absecon Channel/Absecon Bay

Presidential motorcade heading over the Brigantine Bridge over the Absecon Channel/Absecon Bay

Steelman Bay - the calm after the storm

Steelman Bay – the calm after the storm

Pirate on a good day

Pirate on a good day – Steelman Bay

Pirate on a not so good day - Steelman Bay

Pirate on a not so good day – Steelman Bay

Pirate after having gone down for the third time, after Hurricane Sandy - Steelman Bay

Pirate after having gone down for the third time, after Hurricane Sandy – Steelman Bay

Sunset on Steelman Bay (night photo taken with iPhone and we all know about iPhones and night shots) :-(

Sunset on Steelman Bay (night photo taken with iPhone and we all know about iPhones and night shots) 😦

Click on the icon below to get to Jake’s blog.  He is amazing and so are the entries for his “Bay” challenge this week.

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THANKS FOR VISITING!

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29 thoughts on “SUNDAY POST – BAY

  1. I laughed at the pirate on a good day – even then he had half a leg and a hand missing. But woe to any pirate who defies a hurricane – he might have to hang on to his head with his hook. Lol. I’m surprised the head didn’t wash out to sea.

  2. My parents used to live on Barnegat Bay. They moved to Florida many years ago, but I recently learned their Bay house was destroyed by Sandy. I would never have expected the devastation to be so severe on the mainland side of the bay.

  3. Thank goodness you put pirate picture #3. I’m looking at each picture one by one, thinking, “Hmmm. That guy is really dressed to the pirate nines. He’s awesome!” and then “Why the heck would this mental case go out dressed like a pirate even in a flood? He’s deranged!” But OK. So, it’s a STATUE of a pirate. I may need to get my eyes examined, or get glasses for my glasses……

  4. Great selection of bay photos, Gemma. That poor pirate really has been through the wars, hasn’t he? 😉 That presidential motorcade is impressive. Good capture. I also like to sit on one of those blue chairs.

    • Thanks, ad. I think that poor fella’s pillaging and plundering days are over. A nice sit down in the sun would do me a world of good right about now. ;-). You’ll get a chance to rest in your own beach chairs back home. 😀

  5. Sitting on the dock of the bay ….. on a good day mind 🙂
    Not surprised Pirate lost his head over that hurricane .
    To remaining standing on his wooden leg . Well … that’s pure skill .

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