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Pics from Seawitch Festival at Rehoboth Beach and Henlopen...

It's been quite some time since I posted here but I thought y'all might enjoy seeing what fun you missed. :-D

Sunrise, Saturday before Sandy hit...

kissing booth and pumpkin patch at the Festival...

the Beach at Henlopen was real fun!...


Monica-Maude-Gus's picture

These are fantastic!

Oh my, all of these photos are glorious but the one with the little girl in the striped shirt and the Halloween bullie is my fave!

Thanks for sharing these.  Hopefully everyone in the photos is okay after Sandy.


Monica, Maude and Gus

bouncer's picture

wow great pics

I live in delaware and didn't know anything about this....if you can e-mail me about future outings...thanks




Angela and PollyAnna's picture

OMG those are great!!!

HAHAHAHA  those shaking off the ocean water are priceless!


PollyAnna's Words of Wisdom



1sttimebully's picture

Those are awesome pictures, looks like a blast

I love the costumes..


Ashley, Baron and Duchess

Vancouver, Canada

Pegsy's picture

wow!!!absolutely precious and

wow!!!absolutely precious and n beautiful,thnx for sharing!!!

smoochie the scrunchy faces

Céline and Angel Stella's picture

Holy moly! Best pictures EVER!!!

I don't know which ones I like better the smoochies or the beach shake-shake.

Those are truly wonderful pics.

Every time I see one of those bulldog kissing booths, I say to myself that I would probably empty my bank account if I was there. 


Deb and MacKenzie and Ester's picture

Beautiful Pictures

Love the shaking dog pics....awesome camera, what is it, Cannon, Nikon?  and what lens were you using?  Makes me want to get busy with my camera again.   The picture of the little girl in black and white shirt with the brindle bullie is so dang adorabull. 

Are you all OK?

oscarmayer's picture

I use a Sony A77 with a Zeiss 24-70 2.8 lens.

Nothing wrong with Canon and Nikon but the translucent mirror in the Sony allows for fast and constant auto focus when filming. That's something my Canon 7D would not do.