Still in the archives from 2001-02, here’s another foggy landscape looking South down the beach. there was a lot of color noise in this old 2MP jpeg that I took a stab at cleaning up.
Tag: Sea Isle City
Mossy Pilings, Fog
Another 2MP jpeg from the archive, either 2001 or 2002.
Beach Still Life
Life’s a Beach
So frigid weather sends me back to the archive. Here’s a selection of 2MP jpegs shot early in my digital period with the family Kodak at the beach, with a little modern editing in Capture One. Click any image to see them all enlarged.
Sunset at the Bay
Fire in the Sky
This Old House
Another example of an old-style Sea Isle house, this one with 3 stories, though, and a garret.
Down by the Bay
My wife has been taking me down the shore to Sea Isle City for 25 years now. When I was first going down there most of the homes were a bit older, 2-story structures up a couple of steps to a front porch. There were still a bunch of the previous generation, single-story houses around. One of the charms of the town wass it’s faintly blue-collar, Catholic feel, so different from the patrician Hamptons of Long Island. Then, some years ago, the old places all started getting pulled down and replaced with 3-story-double houses with no living quarters on the ground level, just garages and boilers and storage. And since then, this third generation has started sprouting a new cohort of 4-story variants. And while the town has clearly been getting wealthier, it has lost some of its older charm (OTOH, it is finally getting a tad more diverse and colorful, which is a nice change). This year I thought I would document some of the older 1 and 2-story homes before they all disappear.
click any image to see them all enlarged.
Sky in the East, reflecting the sunset in the West…
Sky on Fire
Serengeti Sunset by the Bay
Who was it said, “No egrets?”