Cape May Times Photos of 2002

These photos appeared either as the photo of the week on Cape May Times' front page or in one of our photo essays. We chose these photos through a highly scientific process called gut reaction.
Susan Sarandon steals the show wherever she goes and Cape May's 2nd annual film festival was no exception this November.
susan sarandon in cape may
cape may point wagons
Little red wagons lined up along a dune path by a Cape May Point beach in August.
Thousands upon thousands of migrating Purple Martins along the banks of the Maurice River in August.
migrating purple martins
cape may point hawkwatch
No matter which direction you looked there was always something to see at the Cape May Bird Observatory's autumn Hawkwatch.
This tiny critter - a tree frog - stirred up a lot of headlines this year. We found this one resting on our side porch railing in May.
tree frog in cape may
lima bean festival in west cape may
It was a first for the Lima Bean Festival - a King! Here he is, being crowned in October at Wilbraham Park.
Memorial Day brought out many flags on B&B's and houses throughout Cape May.
cape may flags
west cape may chriostmas parade
The little yellow school bus never looked so good.Here it's being driven along Broadway, in this December's West Cape May Christmas Parade.
July brought a sand castle contest to Cape May's beaches. Some gave up strolling on the beach in favor of sculpting the biggest and best castle they could.
cape may sandcastle contest

The Wildwood Boardwalk's famous Ferris Wheel ...against a brilliant blue June sky.

A balmy October day brought everyone out to the beach for a stroll.

migrating monarchs

 

We were happy to see some Monarchs passing through in late September and October.. although not nearly so many as in previous years.

We start the New Year by wishing them - and you - a safe journey back to Cape May.

 

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