In February, Cape May Magazine held its first photo contest, and the winners are published in the Spring 2013 issue. But we thought it would be fun to share our staff favorites with you here on CapeMay.com.
A showcase of our most popular images in 2012.
City Manager Bruce MacLeod attributed Cape May’s good fortune to two things – the eye of the storm passing just north of us 2.5 hours in advance of high tide and wind shifts which kept tidal surges at bay.
The leaves do not turn on Cape Island as fast as they do further north. It is generally late November, more often December, before the frost hits the pumpkins or the Christmas lights. The temperatures, especially this Fall, have been warm enough to enjoy fishing on the beach as well taking in the last vestiges… Read more »
Summer is in full swing. Cape May’s streets are crowded with bicyclists, surreys, and horse-drawn carriages, and some sights of summer bring a smile to your face no matter how old you are.