Roger and I are in Atlantic City this weekend for the New Jersey Home & Garden Show. I snuck out of the convention center during a break between sessions to explore the boardwalk and take a few photos. After a long run of grey days and snow-covered fields, it was wonderful to spend even a few minutes outside under the bright blue sky.
Here are a few photos from this afternoon.
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