Speaking of bike riding, this guy in Asbury Park was following the white line all the way, not distracted by the events to the left or the right. Personally, I would have stopped and taken a picture. Uh…. actually, that is what I did. The bike rider was illegal, while the wedding party was OK.
One time I walked onto the OG beach to watch and photograph a wedding party that was having a photo shoot by the jetty near the pier. The father of the bride came down to yell at me for taking pictures. I pointed out to him that they were in a public place, so I had every right to take pictures. He was really mad, and, for me it wasn’t worth having my Leica digital camera tossed into the Atlantic Ocean, so I gave up being a wedding photographer that day. After all, it is sort of trite. But, as you can see below, who can resist a wedding, especially when it is on the beach or inside the Casino or on the boardwalk? —-not me, but the biker? I don’t know. —Paul Goldfinger
SOUNDTRACK: It’s Ed Norton from “Everyone Says I Love You:”