After shooting a roll of film at Campbell's Junction, I headed to the state marina/beach in Leonardo.
Leonardo has gained some small measure of fame as the mythical home of many of the characters in Kevin Smith's Jersey movies. In fact, to get to the beach, you have to drive right by the convenience store and video store immortalized in Smith's first movie, Clerks.
This railing is actually for the patio at an abandoned restaurant on Route 36. I hadn't gotten to the beach yet when I shot this.
The beach isn't particularly prepossessing or anything.
The sign says that there are no guards on the beach today, but it looks like that's the case pretty much every day.
I love that they painted the beach shack this particular shade of electric blue. This photo is actually a good demonstration of the parallax error on the Diana. In the viewfinder, there was almost no ground showing, and the roof of the shack was clearly visible.
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