Monday, May 28, 2012
Images from Memorial Day events held Monday in Red Bank and Shrewsbury.
Annually, Red Bank and Shrewsbury remember the sacrifices of those who have lost their lives fighting for the United States with separate Memorial Day services. On Monday, hundreds gathered in both towns to celebrate and honor the memories of U.S. Military members both past and present. Check out the gallery above for a look at patriotism, still alive and well in your hometown.
Sunday, April 22, 2012
Second annual run to benefit Haiti was held Saturday.
To help benefit the children of Haiti, the First Presbyterian Church of Red Bank, also known as Tower Hill Church, held its second annual 5K Race for Haiti's Children Saturday. Hundreds attended the event, who, with the help of its 20 sponsors, raised more than $10,000. The money will go to Danita's Children, an orphanage located in the struggling country. The race wound its way through parts of Red Bank and Little Silver beginning and ending at the familiar tower-top church. Check out the gallery above for images from the event.
Friday, March 2, 2012
Shots of a quiet borough early Friday morning.
Things move slowly through Red Bank in the early morning hours. The few people you'll find on the street tend to shuffle along slowly, their steps silent, as if they're hoping to avoid waking anyone up. The cars that travel through town are sparse, mostly cabs and police cruisers crawling from light to light, looking for something to shake from the still night. With the stillness of the night creating an almost slow motion effect through downtown Red Bank we took our camera out with the tripod to have some fun with various long exposure settings. While vehicles and people are a rare sight in the early morning hourse we happened to snap a couple moving along, as well as some other nighttime shots. Enjoy the gallery!