Posts Tagged ‘The girl with a fishing rod’


By Paul @Blogfinger.net

I met Teri Causey at the Sanibel Art Show in Southwest Florida in 2014.  Her work is very fanciful, and we enjoyed viewing her gallery at the outdoor event  on Sanibel Island.  This image is painted on wood and finished with marine varnish. I scanned  it from her business card, which explains the name on top.

If you go fishing, you never know what you might catch or who’s doing the catching.   But there’s nothing fishy about Teri’s work.  —-Paul   @Blogfinger



Editor’s note:  We now have two shops downtown OG that feature mermaids. And we met a mermaid in Firemen’s Park in 2017.  Here is a link:

Grover mermaid. Click here

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"If it quacks like a duck……"  Wesley Lake, 2010.  Paul Goldfinger photo ©

“If it quacks like a duck……” Wesley Lake, 2010. Paul Goldfinger photo ©

From Anita DiGiulio of  Lake Avenue in Ocean Grove  (Yes! A citizen activist materializes)

“Friends of Wesley Lake plan a clean-up event on Saturday, April 25 from 9am to 12 noon. Those who want to assist with the clean-up should meet on the Asbury side of the the Emory Street bridge at 9 am. The Friends ask people to wear gloves and bring nets or skimmers, and gardening tools. Participants should check the Facebook page for ‘Friends of Wesley Lake’ for more information and for updates.

“‘The Friends of Wesley Lake’ have been monitoring the meetings of the Wesley Lake Commission and trying to obtain more information about planned remediation activities. Problems with pond weed and garbage in the Lake last summer reinvigorated the organization and led to a previous clean-up event last October.

“Coincidentally, vegetation which may be pond weed suddenly appeared in the Lake on Sunday 4/12 and appeared to grow rapidly. The commission has advised that they will address possible actions against the pond weed at their next meeting on April 21, at 5:30 pm in the Neptune Municipal building.”

KELLY PARKES  (Gotta get fish back in that lake)

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