Fall Colors at the Jersey Shore [PHOTOS]
This Month (November 2015) I have a lot of "Fall Colors" ... here at the Shore we enjoy our beaches in summer and our trees in fall. I also went on a road trip to New York City ... So enjoy some "Sights From The City" and on a trip to the Cranberry Festival I ran into a "wise" old soul ....
I love photography as a hobby and I enjoy sharing my photos, many from right here at the Jersey Shore. I hope you enjoy taking some time to relax as I share my visions with you ~ Shawn Michaels
Bass River State Forest was the first forest acquired by the state of New Jersey in 1905 for public recreation, water conservation, and wildlife and timber management. Lake Absegami, a 67-acre lake created in the 1930's, is the center of the forest's recreational activities and provides an area for swimming and a serene setting for boating and canoeing. A trail through the Absegami Natural Area wanders through a pine/oak woods and a small Atlantic white cedar bog
All the above photos came from a day this fall at Bass River State Park. Some fantastic colors throughout the park. If you've never been, plan a day trip it's just minutes from Tuckerton.
All of the above were taken in Southern Ocean County ... Near Pinelands Regional High School, this spot is ALWAYS great for "Fall Colors"
I took this photo and used editing to turn it into my "Fall Painting" and yes I'll tell folks I hand painted this one haha
“I think I'm a tiny bit like Harry 'cos I'd like to have an owl. Yeah, that's the tiny bit, actually.” ― Daniel Radcliffe
Here is my "Wise Ol Friend" a Barn Owl that was on hand at this years Cranberry Festival in Chatworth, New Jersey.
"A hundred thousand welcomes to you"
Carnegie Deli opened its doors in 1937 just across from its namesake, Carnegie Hall, in Midtown Manhattan. Originally a 40-seat restaurant, Carnegie expanded in 1976 when it was taken over by Milton Parker, or as we like to call him, The CPM- The Corned Beef and Pastrami Maven. Today, Carnegie Deli is owned and operated by Parker’s daughter, Marian Levine, who upholds the same standards that earned Carnegie its famed name.
Birds On A Wire
Thanks for taking a look at this Month's photography blog. Let me know your favorites, post your comments below ...... See you in December