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Norm Buckman photo. August 2015.

 Rear view of 10 Kingsley Place in Tent Town—Ocean Grove, New Jersey, USA.   August 2015.  Norm Buckman photo. Blogfinger.net ©

Norm Buckman of Ocean Grove sent us this “hidden gem.”

He said, “Good morning Dr. I’m certain that everyone enjoys the beautiful photographs of the front of OG tents, but did you know that one has a wonderful rear view hidden from most as well?  It is the creative work of Jane Cherubini at 10 Kingsley Place.

“I thought it might make a great contest photo on Blogfinger.

“Warmest regards Norm Buckman.”

Editor’s note: After we posted this photo, Norm Buckman emailed us and said, ” Thank you. Janie is thrilled to see it. The tent is her joy still after 26 years.”

OGrover was the first to figure this out.  He wins  our “What’s going on here?” contest.  He can pick up his prize by going to Seasons General Store at 69 Main Avenue.  Ask for Michelle or Marc.  —PG

THE FOO FIGHTERS WITH NORAH JONES:

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Ocean Grove beach. October, 2013.  Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

Ocean Grove beach. October, 2013. Paul Goldfinger photo. ©

KENNY VANCE:

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OG Dark One.  May, 2015.   By Paul Goldfinger ©

Wesley Lake  Ocean Grove side. May, 2015.  By Paul Goldfinger ©

JOE TEMPERLEY   “Polka Dots and Moonbeams.”

 

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Boardwalk Pavilion.  c. 2005.  Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©

Boardwalk Pavilion. c. 2005. Paul Goldfinger photograph. Silver gelatin print. ©

LES PAUL AND MARY FORD    From the soundtrack of the Silver Linings Playbook.

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Wesley Lake. Ocean Grove, New Jersey.  Paul Goldfinger photo

Wesley Lake. Ocean Grove, New Jersey. Paul Goldfinger photo 2012  ©

The Citizen Patrol folks who monitor nocturnal OG  get to see quite a few night time creatures like raccoons, possums and some shadowy people. But, if you go out and about and study the light, you will see the moon reflecting on the ocean  (see Tracey James’ lovely  photo below) and you will see the lights on the boardwalk (see Ted Aanensen’s eerie image below), but there are other sights to see, such as the lights twinkling in and about Wesley Lake.

Those of you who have low light digital cameras, you might want to walk the streets of the Grove and check out the night scene.  Watch your shutter speed.  If it is below 30, make your ISO setting higher   (ie more sensitive.)   This will keep your image from blurring.—Paul

MICHAEL CRAWFORD  “The Music of the Night”  from Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera:

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