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Ginny Murray Jul 27
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Rock Apr 15
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Suzie & Ed Jan 28
Good morning! At the far left, look closely for a Coast Guard buoy tender, probably working on the inlet buoy.
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Robert Siliato Jun 13
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John Cooke Jul 11
No filter needed. It’s this gorgeous in right now. Shot 4th floor @seacrestinncapemay
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Ben Von Klemperer Apr 27
Bayview Marina on tonight. Over the weekend, Long Beach Township's mayor decried the 2-person limit per boat enacted by the governor. "That's absolutely ridiculous."
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John Cooke Aug 4
When we were kids you’d expect a set of batwings on a spotlight or full moon if there was trouble. Tonight in August much of is dark. No power. Just another hurdle of 2020. Though town may be struggling there’s still beauty. …
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John Cooke Jul 19
The Atlantic Ocean is half a block away. did someone post a dense advisory for ? Pea soup fog along the coast. Also Bicycles out early: Motorists can’t see you without lights.
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Ben Von Klemperer May 1
Double rainbow in Barnegat Light as the skies cleared this evening.
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SSPINNJ Jul 20
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Robert Siliato Jun 2
This morning’s peaceful sunrise in Deal.
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Ginny Murray Jul 29
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John Cooke Jul 26
Once a year you get a in with little filtering you get a sense of place and still appreciate the color.
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Ginny Murray Jul 9
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Wendy Purcell Jun 30
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Ben Von Klemperer May 16
Saturday evening sky over Barnegat Bay. A passerby said: "Looks like a science fiction movie." 8:18pm.
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Terry Iwaniw Dec 21
myfotophun () ・・・ Some more full moon from 2019...β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’ β€’
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Robert Siliato Jul 29
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SSPINNJ Jun 29
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Robert Siliato Jul 31
Sunset sessions. Looks like a West Coast photo but in fact taken in New Jersey (thanks or no thanks to sand erosion at the beach). Took my camera out of the housing for this shot. Nikon D500 with Nikkor DX 35mm 1.8 prime lens.
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