I was down at Rehoboth Beach staying at the Atlantic Sands Hotel for a meeting this week and went out to get some images after the meeting was over. I think foul weather gives me a more interesting photo sometimes, especially when shooting with my Holga.
It might be hard to see at this scale, but there is a couple in the center photo, well down the beach from where I was.
This image of Clam Diggers at Cape Henlopen State Park came at the expense of a considerable number of no-see-em bites. The little buggers were biting me up! It reminds me of the pictorialist photos of the late 1890s to 1910. Which reminds me of the Impressionist painters of the 1860s to 1880s.
The next few are different takes on the Benches on the Boardwalk.