In a previous post, I presented a photo I took last year while my family and I vacationed in Wildwood, NJ. In today's post we will venture to Cape May, NJ. Which is right next to Wildwood. While on our trip last year, we took a dolphin cruise out of Wildwood. We expected we would just head out to the ocean and see some dolphins and maybe a whale or two. Well we say many dolphins (I'M sure a future post will highlight that), no whales, but we did cruise to the beaches of Cape May. Cape May is a very historic town. Victorian home throughout the city along the streets and along the beaches. In the water is one of the last concrete WWI ships, USS Atlantus, just laying in the water, fading away. (Read more here). Cape May also offers tourist and residents a "small shoppe" feel shopping district.
One of the biggest surprises along our cruise was the sight of the Cape May Lighthouse. This lighthouse has been around since 1859 and is located in Cape May Point State Park. As you can imagine, the lighthouse does not shy away from the camera. I have many photos that I took of the tower during our few minutes near it. It was hard to choose just one to present. I came across this one that I hope you'll enjoy.
All edits performed with Paint Shop Pro.
"A picture is worth a thousand words"
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