Taken with a Canon T3i and a 18-200 Cannon IS lens
I was heading to Ocean City New Jersey to drop off pictures for an art show the weather was suppose to be rain all day. I debated if I was going to bring my camera. I stopped by the 59th st beach to see the effects of Hurricane Sandy. There use to be a fishing pier built in the early 1900�s that has been battered by previous storms., and was an interesting site to photograph. The main entrance was blocked off, but this Old Salt said try by the construction equipment. I decided to grab my camera because there had not been any rain yet. The site I saw was sad and beautiful. The pier which I have a few mages of on this site was reduced to the few pylons. But the sun and sky was a sight worth seeing.
There are a few signs of the destruction that the town experienced last October, but has recovered well. Wondering what else I will find exploring the town and surrounding area. Sommers point exit on the GardenState parkway

Trying to find the uniqueness in our world one picture at a time
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