10 Favorite Photos of the Year 2016

Cape May, NJ – The big tree and the house below.  Shot in the Villas in June after a severe windstorm that uprooted many big trees.  

A man and his dog take their daily walk along the very frozen edge of the Delaware Bay. Shot during last February’s bitter cold spell.

Who could be happier at this moment than Captain Ray with his huge catch of the day? Caught and shot in May.

Maybe these folks – getting an early start to sunbathing in March. Shot on Cape May’s beach on March 9th!

End of an era – only the steps remain from the old Rotary Park bandstand. Shot as demolition was taking place in April.

Hurricane watchers. Waiting for Hermine. Shot Labor Day weekend on a rock jetty that has mostly disappeared.

Gorgeous snow fall in the park, just before the trees were cut down.  Shot in March in the old Rotary Park.

Nothing, not even a downpour, stops the hoards of hungry lima bean devotees. Shot in October at the Lima Bean Festival.


The day CVS in West Cape May became waterfront property. Shot in January during the winter storm and flood.

The birds watch Cape May’s battle with Mother Nature. Shot in September at the cove.

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About Jane Kashlak

Jane Kashlak is a journalist, a gardener and a Cape Island resident. She's also Cape May Times' photographer. She founded Cape May Times after a long and lively career in TV news.