redbankgreen’s Accidental Photographer came upon this scene on West River Road in Rumson Wednesday morning. But it cries out for a witty caption. Got one? Go fur it. (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)
The snow should end by 5 p.m. with an accummulation of less than two inches, the National Weather Service says. (Photo by Trish Russoniello. Click to enlarge)
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?
OK, this season’s leaves aren’t as pale as this one, found yesterday on newly painted pavement lines at Seven Bridge and Point Roads in Little Silver.
But if it seems the crop of fallen leaves isn’t as overall crimson and radiant gold as in years past, all that rain we had this summer may be the culprit. According to the United States National Arboretum, heavy rain may cause the leaves to be lost before they develop their full color potential.
And speaking of rain, how would you like a weekend without any? That’s what appears to be on tap a seemingly rare run of sunshiney days.