Last weekend, I spent my first days at the Jersey Shore. Mercifully, this shore town bore little resemblance to that inhabited by the Snookies of the world.
Derek and I set out for Avalon, NJ, where his uncle has a vacation rental house. Since it was free for the coming week, he opened it to the family. Following the first evening, which consisted of a family dinner gathering, we had the place to ourselves. While we both worked during the weekdays, there is something inherently relaxing about being near the water, taking a morning stroll on the beach and gorging on fresh seafood for dinner. It was a nice reprieve from the “real world.”
I’m continuing to practice my photography skills, and while I couldn’t motivate myself to wake up for any 5:30 a.m. sunrises, I did manage to snap a few pics on the beach. I’m not particularly happy with any of these, but I guess it’s still a learning process. I did some auto-editing to a couple shots and would be interested to learn 1) if you can pick out the photos that have been edited; and 2) what you think about them, considering the program used is quite basic and amateur.