By on October 12th, 2017 in Photography
The Changing Seasons (The Daily Post)

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It rained for most of the month. This is unusual for September. Sometimes the camera had to make do with what was available.
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I celebrated Labour Day with American style. by driking New England style American IPA.
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My cousin\'s daughter was married to a man she\'s known since elementary school. The ceremony was held outside in the beautiful garden of the Williams Penn Inn.
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We were alread in Pennsylvania for the weddng so ... we took the opportunity to have brunch at a nearby craft ale brewery, Forest & Main.
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We were are the third annual Montgomery FunFest. One or two photos just can\'t do this event justice. But … hopefully a photo of me and my wife making a DSLR selfie with my pro photographer friend Frank Veronsky will.
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Yes, that\'s a picnic table.
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Boys will be boys
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We\'ve attended the Princeton Jazz Feast for so many years I can\'t remember when we started attending.
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Jazz and food on the green at Palmer Square in Princeton. What\’s not to like.
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We did two brewery tours in one day. The first was Kane Brewing, Ocean Township, Monmouth County, New Jersey
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September, Jughandle Brewing
The second brewery we visited was Jughandle Brewing in Tinton Falls. Bhavna and I are becoming brewery tourist.
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The Changing Seasons Monthly Photo Challenge is a blogging challenge by photographer Max a.k.a Cardinal Guzman. Each month I will post a photo that I think represents the month.

5 thoughts on “September”

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  3. Hahaha, yes. boys will be boys, and us ladies love being the recipient of great bon fires. I miss those days on the beaches of New England. PS. Beautiful bride. Enjoy your weekend.

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