Photography By Ed O'Malley »

  • Ed O’Malley is a nature photographer who lives on the coast of New Jersey, specifically along the shore of Barnegat Bay. He can often be found sailing, fishing, diving, or kayaking – these and other outdoor activities often provide the opportunity and inspiration for his photographs.

    In addition to his on-the-water pursuits, Ed has always enjoyed stormy weather, and in particular, the winter season – the more snow, the better. In the fall of 2007, this led to Ed’s affiliation with Mount Washington Observatory as a summit volunteer. Since then, this has provided many unique photographic opportunities on the summit of Mount Washington and in the surrounding area. Coastal storms also provide Ed with many opportunities for one-of-a-kind photographs.

“Absorbing Sandy” – A Bay Head-Mantoloking Historical Society Exhibit

The Bay Head-Mantoloking Historical Society Museum – Photo Courtesy of the BHHS.

The Bay Head-Mantoloking Historical Society is currently holding an exhibit titled “Absorbing Sandy.”  It features photographs, oral histories, and more, from people who experienced Superstorm Sandy, first hand, including myself.  It runs through July 28th at the Historical Society museum which is located at the intersection of Bridge Avenue and Bay Avenue in Point Pleasant.  You can read more here.