Asbury Park, NJ, Photos by Rachel Horning

April 15, 2009

Some algae growing on rocks by the water

Some algae growing on rocks by the water

Seagulls walking next to imprints in the sand

Seagulls walking next to imprints in the sand

Empty can of beer disrupting the ambiance of the beach

Empty can of beer disrupting the ambiance of the beach

The theatre of Asbury Park

The theatre of Asbury Park

paw

Evidence of life outside of people on the beach

I think this should have the "footprints in the sand" poem written on it. Ya know, the one where there are two sets of footprints until God picks up the person to help them.

I think this should have the "footprints in the sand" poem written on it. Ya know, the one where there are two sets of footprints until God picks up the person to help them.

An interesting quote written on a stall door in a public bathroom on the beach

An interesting quote written on a stall door in a public bathroom on the beach

Impressions left in the sand

Impressions left in the sand

Proud owner of this adorable puppy

Proud owner of this adorable puppy

The belly of the abandoned building on the beach

The belly of the abandoned building on the beach

No trespassing, oops.

No trespassing, oops.

Toby, my new friend. He loves the camera, what a ham.

Toby, my new friend. He loves the camera, what a ham.

Asbury park in action.  Fire? Burglary? Murder?  Who knows...the police shooed us away.

Asbury park in action. Fire? Burglary? Murder? Who knows...the police shooed us away.

One of the 17 I took from this angle, and this was the only splash I could find.

One of the 17 I took from this angle, and this was the only splash I could find.

What is the actual purpose of these fences that I find on every beach in America?

What is the actual purpose of these fences that I find on every beach in America?

We found a field of stumps.

We found a field of stumps.

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