More from Cape May, New Jersey

Cape May beach (above) just before sunrise this Monday.

I processed  a few more images this evening from Monday morning’s sunrise. I had hoped to review and process some of the images from the other days and locations at Cape May, but did not get to them–maybe tomorrow evening in between packing and getting my gear ready for three days in northern Pennsylvania beginning on Friday. I am looking forward to that trip since the autumn foliage colors will be peaking in the mountains and at Ricketts Glen State Park where there are 22 waterfalls.

When the sun rose above the horizon, the colors shifted from orange to a deep red.

The above photo is an HDR image of Sunday evening’s sunset in Wildwood just north of Cape May.

About Stephen L Tabone

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

  1. Evelyn says:

    Thank you so much for all these wonderful pictures–I confess I was disappointed to hear that you photograph mostly things in nature even though on your European trip I will never forget those photos of houses, doors, etc. that mirrored so well the European architecture, etc. I, of course, am thrilled you were able to send me pictures from your friend of the fabulous Victorian homes in Cape May facing the ocean as I remember them. I plan to send this on to my family in New Jersey who I know will enjoy them as much as I am–they still go down there once in a while and I can now look at these pictures and enjoy and remember the past–so much fun with family and friends, most of whom are now gone.

    Looking forward to what you find in Pennsylvania–my daughter lives in Erie but I don’t think your trip will be nowhere near there. She is a nature lover too and she takes some good photos–nothing like yours, of course. I do plan to show both my girls photos I have saved for my “Steven” folder–when they visit me this winter. Enjoy your weekend–

  2. researchlady says:

    Gorgeous, gorgeous skies!!! I don’t think I’ve ever seen a sky the colors that you captured. An entire sky. Unbelievalbe. Must take your breath away.

  3. valleydac says:

    Wonderful photos – we just got back from there and absolutely love the area and all of the opportunities for nature photography!

    I’m curious – could you email me and let me know where in Cape May this particular beach (the one in the pano photo) is located? It looks like a beautiful spot, but for as many times as we’ve been there, I don’t recall seeing it. We’re always looking for new places to visit while there, and this looks like an interesting one for a few different reasons.

    (I tried to send a message through the contact form on your other site, btw, and it didn’t seem to work – the “send message” button just cycled and cycled for over 5 minutes before I cancelled it and went this route instead.)

    Enjoy your trip to PA! We live in southcentral PA, and the leaves are starting to change here, so they should already be well on their way in northern PA.

  4. Anonymous says:

    Your photographs are absolutely stunning and it makes me guility, as well as many of us, who do not take the time to appreciate the beautiy around us, if we would only stop, and “smell the roses”.

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