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With a blue tarp draped over its open hood creating the illusion of eternal blue skies ahead, and the blow-up globe in the back window not to mention its name this old jalopy seems to embody a wandering, open and hopeful spirit.
Or maybe that’s just us, feeling a little TGIF-y. What’s your take on it?
Have a great weekend, folks.
Just north of Point Road Elementary School on Seven Bridges Road in Little Silver, the weeds needed a trim. Enter Wayne Elsbree (aka Mohawk Wayne), who struck a pose for redbankgreen’s Accidental Photographer Friday morning as he tamed the roadside overgrowth.
Could Monmouth County have sent a more apt stylist for the job?
Check out more images found by the Accidental Photographer in the redbankgreen archive here. (Click to enlarge)
redbankgreen‘s Accidental Photographer came upon Dan Campbell (in black suit) and the men of his wedding party beaming in the sunshine on Madison Avenue in Red Bank Saturday. (Click to enlarge)
The weather outlook for the next few days, with the frequent use of the phrases “mostly cloudy” and “chance of showers,” is less sunny.
What though the radiance which was once so bright
Be now for ever taken from my sight,
Though nothing can bring back the hour
Of splendour in the grass, of glory in the flower;
We will grieve not, rather find
Strength in what remains behind…
OK, so discarded sugar substitute packets were not what English romantic poet William Wordsworth had in mind when he wrote the ode Intimations of Immortality from Reflections of Early Childhood in 1807.
But our Accidental Photographer came upon this vignette on River Road in Fair Haven earlier this week, and suddenly, we were back in English Lit 101.
What’s the story here? There is none, really.
redbankgreen‘s accidental photographer came across this crew of Tinton Falls public works employees having lunch recently at the Mid-Monmouth Industrial Park, and we decided to make them famous just for the hell of it.
Hey, they keep the streets clean, right?