Michael Cunliffe Photographs

Morgan Mastery – Michael Cunliffe Photographs

South Amboy Train Station at Dawn.

South Amboy Train Station at Dawn. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

While anyone can occasionally stumble and take a stunning photograph, I admire anyone that is able to not only take one beautiful photograph but also be able to take many beautiful photographs.  Even better is someone who takes beautiful photographs in, around, and about Morgan, New Jersey.  Michael Cunliffe is one of these rare people.  I greatly admire photos he takes as well as other people’s photos which he shares on Twitter.  He has great photographic taste!  With his permission, I am including a small collection of some of my favorite Michael Cunliffe photos taken in and around Morgan.

Looking toward the Verrazano Narrows Bridge from Cheesequake Creek Channel.

Looking toward the Verrazano Narrows Bridge from Cheesequake Creek Channel. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

 

Morgan Train Bridge with Sail Boat.

Morgan Train Bridge with Sail Boat. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

Raritan Bay Sunrise.

Raritan Bay Sunrise. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

Cheesequake Creek Channel Marker. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

Cheesequake Creek Channel Marker. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

Sunrise Looking Toward Union Beach, NJ. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

Sunrise Looking Toward Union Beach, NJ. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

Great Beds Lighthouse Predawn.

Great Beds Lighthouse Predawn. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

Cheesequake Creek Channel from Morgan Bridge.

Cheesequake Creek Channel from Morgan Bridge. Image Courtesy of Michael Cunliffe.

You can see additional photographs taken by Mike on his Flickr account.

You can also follow him on Twitter: @msvcunliffe

You’ll note Michael specializes in sun rises, close up moon photos, food, and M&Ms!

I first met Michael at Sayreville War Memorial High School and admired his performing talent in “Anything Goes.” Now I am also admiring his photographic talents.  Thanks, Mike!

Originally posted on April 28, 2015.

4 thoughts on “Michael Cunliffe Photographs

  1. Bill Love

    Nice images, Michael! Say — are you the younger brother of Dorothy Cunliffe, who was a classmate of mine back at Jesse Selover Elementary School from about 1961 – 1967-ish? Was that you I occasionally saw fishing down at the South Amboy Waterworks when I was chasing turtles there?

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  2. Diana Cadmus

    Michael,

    You are a master of grace. Your beautifully captured images speak to my soul. Thank you for sharing one of your many gifts.

    Diana Cadmus

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  3. Lorraine Schissel

    Mike is a talented man. Not a surprise to find another hidden talent of his! But a true joy to view these photographs. So glad to see him capture the small beautiful moments of life. See you in my dreams, Mike!

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    1. Michael Cunliffe

      Lorraine, Thanks for your nice comments. Hope you`re doing OK; haven`t seen you in quite a while. Stop by if you`re in town visiting your Mom, hope she`s OK too.

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