Explore New Jersey this Memorial Day Weekend with some of the top spots to hike in the Garden State. Make sure to be responsible with your social distancing.
Such a small, simple idea popped into my head in 2015, and it all stemmed from a trip.
Ready to find Fall? NJspots has your full guide and map to discover the Fall Colors on the East Coast this season! Start your adventure!
Looking for something new to do in the Garden State? Try visiting New Jersey’s farm and animal sanctuaries!
As mid-summer blazes on, slightly fuzzy, speckle-skinned, super juicy, and undeniably sweet peaches are exploding at farm markets throughout the Garden State. There’s nothing like biting into a Jersey peach, from that first break through the skin to the stream of juice that runs down your chin with each bite.
Tips on Finding Places to Fly in NJ (& Any Other Place You Travel To)
Living in NJ for a majority of my life and growing up doing photography here, you’d think I would run out of places to shoot. I have to be honest, I feel like I have but at the same time I continue to look for more and more places every day. I’ve heard from a lot of people say that NJ is boring and that there’s nowhere to really shoot. I’ve heard that you have to travel to take good pictures and all these other wild things that aren’t true at all. My theory is that if you look hard enough, you can find a lot of very interesting things to shoot. (more…)
Craft beer is great for two reasons: it is always in season and it has the ability to bring everyone together. Even national statistics – yes, there is beer drinker data – illustrate that the number of people who identify themselves as craft beer lovers are consistently increasing across demographics, each year. According to Julie Herz, a writer for the Brewers Association, ale drinkers come from all backgrounds and they, “identify with brands that are independent, local, and that align with core concepts including authenticity, community, and sustainability.” (more…)
What Is Street Photography?
There is no defining street photography, through the years it has changed drastically, but one constant is that it is candid. For the longest time street photography has been preferred to be done with a 35mm or a 50mm lens. Capturing the world around you, and the unique individuals who inhabit it. (more…)