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Date: January, 2022

Location: Harvey Ceders, Long Beach Island, NJ

Description: I love off-season. Nobody is around… the sand is cool to your feet all the way from your car to the shoreline, and an early morning walk to the beach can take your breath away. One or two stores are open… it’s smart to bring lots of supplies. Wind breaker and hat, and a bottle of Chianti are a must. The beach house we stayed at was owned by our dear friends for about 60 years. They are all passed on now and I still often think of this beautiful spot on the “jersey shore” all these years later. I was single then and just out of the military. Now I’m married with children and now they have children and we have all spent the last few years together on this lane to the beach named after this mythical island, High Barbaree. Van Johnson and June Allyson stared in a WWII film a long time ago and is the name of this street when we visit Harvey Cedars, on Island Beach, NJ. The photo above is just a sample of the entry to the wonderful beach. The many storms that have hit this island over the last 60 years made major changes, but still can not take a way its beauty. I have this photo hanging in my office and I look at it and wonder how many of those foot prints belong to my kids and... to their kids. I try always to make my PhotoArt impossible to pass by without taking notice…otherwise, I feel the images can just become like wallpaper. Hmmm, give your home this test… tomorrow morning when you get up for your morning coffee, see if you pass your hanging art without a glance? Perhaps you need a change. Please see the rest of this website when you get a moment. If you don’t see one of my pieces that you like— please check this site loaded with excellent artists you may prefer.

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