Do you enjoy taking selfies? Are you always looking for a cool spot to grab a selfie? Maybe just for you or maybe with your friends or family, we are always looking for great places for selfies. I was thinking for myself some of my recent "selfie" spots were at Metlife Stadium at the Springsteen Tour, Yankee Stadium for Old Timers Day, and in Pennsylvania at Hershey Park. All these spots were great but what is considered the best place for selfies in New Jersey?

 

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According to Cheapism, "For better or for worse, selfies have become emblematic of today's high-tech, mobile modern culture. Self-portraits are nothing new, of course, but smartphones and tablets make it easier than ever to snap photos of yourself (and your friends) and display them to the world. Instagram feeds are full of smug faces in beautiful and exotic locations. But you don't have to travel far to find an amazing backdrop." 

 

 

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Are you into selfies? I think they are fine, especially when you are out and you don't have extra hands, but I don't care to hand off my phone to strangers to have them snap a pic for me, the selfie is fine for a fun photo memory. I actually like this list because when we travel I will have to remember some of these great selfie stations.

 

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So when it comes to New Jersey, according to Cheapism, where is our best selfie opportunity? "For a classic Garden State selfie, what better place than one of the Jersey Shore's top tourist destinations — Atlantic City? Cheese it up on the boardwalk or head for the bright lights of one of the city's half-dozen casinos. But if you see a seal pup on the beach? Stay at least 150 feet away. No "sealfies" allowed, for the animals' sake."

 

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