Fishing off of one of these beauties would be a dream come true. I’ve fished off the shore. I’ve cast my line from a dinky dingy. And a small charter boat has even seen the likes of me. Heck! I’ve even reeled in a flounder that made it to the kitchen table. But this would be the ultimate fishing adventure for this girl.
This week’s photo challenge – ADVENTURE.
For now, I’ll just keep on dreaming…
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Fall reflections on my bug
Reflection among the lily pads
Relections of Lahaska, PA
And in the frozen yogurt shop
Red bridge reflection
Cape May, NJ
And last, but not least, and my favorite…
Reflecting on a good day.
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I’m not a fan of heights, but this is one height I can deal with.
Jeff and I had a fabulous Saturday. First we drove south on the Garden State Parkway about 40 miles until we hit Cape May, NJ. This is the last stop off the parkway. It’s all about quaint shops, aromatic restaurants, giant old churches, sandy beaches, and more. We walked, shopped, and enjoyed a luscious lunch at Gecko’s Southwestern Restaurant in the middle of town. After walking a little more, we both had a hankering for a good cup of joe, so we hopped into the Kia and headed back 25 miles north, to Ocean City, NJ. This is one of Jersey’s more famous shore/resort cities, with, yes, you guessed it, shops, restaurant, churches, sandy beaches, and a rather extensive boardwalk. WITH RIDES! Jeff indulged my picture taking quirks and stood by as I clicked off a few shots of one of the rides I can still handle.
These are not the tallest of heights, but they still can provide you with a beautiful view of the ocean as well as the city. It was a bit chilly so I begged off on the ride, but watched others soar to mini-heights as I captured their adventures. Then, finally, we headed off for that cup of joe.
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Everyone, please. Take your seats.
This week, Cee is asking for a selection of seatings. I stuck close to home today with my collection, except for the last shot, which was taken at a mini-mall in Cape May, NJ. It just looked like a comfortable place for someone, who’s not into malling, to sit and wait while the true shopper digs in.
Oh, and a special note to my friend Dawn, at Lingeringvisions. Yes, darlin’, there is wine in them thar drawers :-).
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