Because we vacationed between two hurricanes (neither of which came ashore in the U.S. but they do produce waves and rain), we had the lucky experience of beautiful weather and frolicking waves (can waves frolic? – consider this as anthropomorphism). A year-round resident of Cape May told me the waves are usually quite gentle (i.e., boring to my boys).
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I had a whole slew of scenic Cape May photos I wanted to post for Ruby Tuesday yesterday; however, life (family, work, and need for sleep) got in the way, so I am glad next Monday is Labor Day and I look forward to posting them for next week’s Ruby Tuesday meme.
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12 thoughts on “Wavy Water at Cape May”
This is a beautiful shot. I love the tiny orange sun in the distance.
I don’t think it’s the sun – it could be a bright, reflective, shiny buoy.
In my books – need for sleep is acceptable excuse! I don’t know what is “buoy”, but it is intriguing! I like the waves that crush in the rocks! Very beautiful – bet you had fun – now it is time to relax after vacation 🙂
It sure looks like the sun there in the distance with that orange glow.
I like the term frolicking waves – they do play at the shoreline. 🙂
My post is here: Carletta’s Captures.
BEAUTIFUL watery view! I’m sharing a watery photo my sister took in South Bend, Washington at Small Reflections this week ;–)
Hugs and blessings,
the sea looks mysterious…
Love the view. Awesome.
I can almost hear the waves frolicking. Nice shot!
What a beautiful photo…so serene within the crashing waves.
Lovely photograph. I love the water, and Cape May is beautiful.
Those hurricanes produced some waves that surfers found fun…I would love to be close to the ocean. Lake Erie beaches can’t compare..LOL
Wonderful panorama! And love the touch of wings in the sky!