Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Wordless Wednesday..A Snowy Day in Ocean City, NJ

A little different than the view on a summer day...

















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29 comments:

  1. So white bright and beautiful! I love seeing snow b the sea Never cease t amaze me. Happy WW

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  2. Definitely different than a Summer's day. Reminds me of Salisbury Beach in Massachusetts.

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  3. I love your postcard shots! I'd buy one!


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    Happy WW!

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  4. It is so strange to see snow in what appears to be a summertime destination. I know the *amount* of snow we've gotten here is unusual, but it doesn't look out of place. I'm not used to seeing snow on a beach, though. (I suppose it must snow frequently on northern beaches, though, huh?)

    Happy WW!
    -smarmoofus

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  5. Awesome! My sister-in-law has a place in OC, NJ (site of my the shore shots I posted in the early fall). It is crazy to see all that snow on the boardwalk. Wow!

    Note to self: visit Ocean City sometime in the winter.

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  6. I LOVE these pictures! I can't get over the deep blue color of the sky.

    Just think, in just a few short months we will (probably) be complaining about record heat :)

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  7. I only live 10 minutes away and wanted to see how much snow there was. By the time I took these, a fair bit of it had already melted. it was odd to see people cross country skiing down the boardwalk though...lol

    It is unusual actually to get that much...2 feet-ish, near the ocean.

    I was actually worried about the weigh of all that snow on the boardwalk..

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  8. You're right to be concerned! The unusual amount of snow we got here caved in the roof of the local highschool gymnasium. Fortunately, school was canceled due to snow, so nobody was inside when it collapsed.

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  9. Beautiful blue skies!! I don't mind the snow so much around here when the sun is shining bright...here's to hoping for said sunshine today!

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  10. Hard to imagine walking around in our summer clothes when you see these pictures!

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  11. More snow?! Yikes! I'm ready for summer. ;)

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  12. Wonderful use of light and shaddows,

    RO xx

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  13. I've only seen snow on the beach once, many years ago on the California north coast. As far as I'm concerned, it's just not right.

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  14. Nice photos! It almost looks like the Gulf Coast of Florida with their sugar white beaches.

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  15. Beautiful pics...but I am so sick of winter now...

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  16. those are really neat and beautiful photos :)

    u may view mine here

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  17. Cross country skiing on the boardwalk... wow! I'll have to show these to Chef Jeff. He used to vacation there, when he was a little munchkin.

    For a bit of sheer magic, stop on over for today’s WW.

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  18. Wow...these are amazing! Seeing snow at the shore just seems so out of place!

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  19. Lovely photos! They might even make me change my mind about all the snow!

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  20. Those are lovely, and they warm me up despite the snow.

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  21. I am happy to post these picture and rid you of the idea that all beaches are tropical beaches.
    Now in the summer, I will try to remember to show you a different vision of the same spots, filled with people looking to catch a cool ocean breeze because it is so hot and humid.

    In NJ we do it all. snow and blizzards and heat and humidity.

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  22. I really like these--especially the last shot. Its hard to tell if it is sand or snow. Kaye—the road goes ever ever on

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  23. It's been decades since I was down the shore so my memory may be a bit fuzzy, but I can definitely say that I don't remember snow! Seriously though, great shots. I love the light in the last one.

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  24. What lovely, lonely and cold captures of a place that is so lively. Thanks for sharing and thanks for visiting.
    Smiles

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  25. Mmmm, super nice. The red on the top is so cheerful. Basically, snow scenes in sunshine rock.

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