Cape May, New Jersey

We returned from Cape May early this evening after spending a long weekend there. It was our first trip to Cape May, and it was a perfect in every way. After unloading the car and unpacking, I only had time to transfer my image files to my iMac. However, I squeezed in enough time to process one image so I could post it to my blog.

This photo was shot this morning. Of the the three sunrises this long weekend in Cape May, this morning’s was the best, from a photography perspective. It was definitely worth getting out of bed early to witness and capture the beauty of the sun rising over the Atlantic as it turned the sky various shades of orange.

What was also interesting and helped to make the above image were the fishing boats that were out early too.

I have many more images from Cape May and will be processing them this week and posting some to my blog.

About Stephen L Tabone

Executive Consultant and Nature Photographer
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4 Responses to Cape May, New Jersey

  1. Evelyn says:

    Now you have gone to an area I know very well–I will be anxious to see the photography from this trip. Aren’t the houses amazing and will be a work of art when you used your cameras, etc., to get the wonderful results you usually achieve.. The sunrise alone was fantastic–

    We spent many summers at the New Jersey shore growing up, and Cape May was probably the most interesting area especially to take out of town guests who always enjoyed the restored homes, good restaurants, etc.. Haven’t been there in quite a few years and I am sure your next email to me will bring back many, many happy memories.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Spectacularly, amazing sunrise! Can’t wait to see all the photos as I have yet to go to Cape May although it’s not too far from here. Heard all about the “Painted Ladies” … I do have the correct place, right?

    • Thank you for visiting my blog and complimentary feedback. As far as the “Painted Ladies”, I did not hear, see or read about them. It impossible that I missed seeing them, whatever they are, but I think I would have read about them in one of the local papers, brochures, travel guides, etc.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Yes — the painted ladies are the many Victorian homes in Cape May.

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