Shells, Cape May

 

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It’s actually been several years since I visited Cape May, New Jersey. There is just nothing like going to the beach and watching the waves roll come thundering in, smelling the salt in the air, and walking along the beach. I try to avoid doing this during the middle heat of the day, as the beach is littered with people, but prefer to get up just before sunrise and stroll along the water, with only one or two fishermen as company.

These shell pieces remind me of the quiet on the beach before the general public arrives, and as the shadows disappear, so does the silence, which is only masked by the sound of the waves.

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