One of the country’s oldest vacation spots, Cape May is at the southern tip of New Jersey. It has one of the top award winning beaches, it is a designated birding location and has a Lighthouse, and also most importantly one of my favorite places in NJ. During WW-II it was a big Naval base, apart from that it has a very rich history in terms of architecture, tourism, movie shooting locations etc. Though… Read More
I have been frequenting Sandy Hook for a year now, and as a photographer one would really get bored of the same spot. That’s the thing about Sandy Hook, every time I have gone there I have found a different play of light, weather and composition. I have seen the most amazing colors in the sky right from Red and orange hues to light green. Some might find that surprising but its a fact…. Read More
Melissa “The Jersey Girl” Morris was kind enough to showcase my Jersey Shore Images on her Blog under the Picture Perfect Section. Melissa is a writer living in central New Jersey. She keeps another Blog Called “Notes on the State of New Jersey“. She writes a column for “Our Writing World”, the newsletter for the New Jersey Writers Society. She has also published her poetry in literary and online journals.
Joy in looking and comprehending is nature’s most beautiful gift. Reading about nature is fine, but if a person walks in the woods and listens carefully, he can learn more than what is in books, for they speak with the voice of God. Keep your love of nature, for that is the true way to understand art more and more.
I was a reading a quote from a famous photographer who said that the most beautiful photographs he has taken cannot be printed or shared on a computer screen but are embedded in is brain. There are some moments that cannot be captured by the camera although we try our best. I got myself into a similar situation this past Friday. I had just finished my last office call for the day… Read More