The weather was gorgeous on October 21 so my husband and I put the pups in the car and headed to Ocean City, MD to walk the boards and eat Thrasher’s French fries. The boardwalk was active but not crowded, people were enjoying themselves while staying safe and the smell and feel of the salt air were invigorating.
Under normal lighting, this boardwalk is pretty tame. However, with a little post processing, it becomes a bit more sinister.
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Fuji X100T – 1/100 @ f/5.6 – ISO 200
Boardwalk from the Oak Beach camp grounds to the wetlands (marsh).
Nothing says home like a hot dog. A Nathan’s hot dog. I swear, even though I’m a vegetarian I might take a bite of one if I was back there. I never made it to Coney Island when growing up but there was a Nathan’s on Long Beach Road that we would go to every once in awhile. A huge cavernous building which was never very crowded, as I remember.
Asbury Park, New Jersey
“the aurora’s rising behind us
The pier lights our carnival life forever
Oh love me tonight and I promise I’ll love you forever”
Nikon D610 and Nikon 70-300 AF-S G VR Lens 1/4000 @ f/5.0 – 100mm – ISO 800
Mist and fog make the walk to the Captree fishing pier an adventure. Fire Island, New York.
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