AN INTIMATE LOOK AT COASTAL MONMOUTH BEFORE SANDY

Check out this beautiful and intimate look at the Coastal Monmouth New Jersey landscape we know and love. This film was made by Denver transplant and current Asbury Park resident Nate Gardner just before Hurricane Sandy changed our lives, and beaches, forever. While debris met the sea on the evening of October 29th, 2012, the post storm effort to help out thy fellow neighbor has been an amazing sight to see. Gives me hope for humanity after all. 

Nate tells The Anchor, “I shot the video purely for what I call a ‘passion project’. Just something fun to do on the side of my other work. I shot it in early October of this year and I’m so glad I did because some of those buildings are no longer standing unfortunately.”

Enjoy this short film which will remind us all of the Jersey Shore of past, present and future. Visit Nate’s website at www.palebluepictures.com.

3 Responses to “AN INTIMATE LOOK AT COASTAL MONMOUTH BEFORE SANDY”

  1. Absolutely beautiful….perfect music, too for the backdrop.

  2. Seth says:

    so well done Nate! seeing the pier almost brings a tear. i surfed out in front of it last friday and things will never be the same…

  3. Mbeth says:

    Really lovely and indeed touchingly emotional for those of us who share this intimacy of our beautiful beaches and communities. Thank you Nate.

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