To continue your exploration of Connecticuts coastal
resorts, try a simple search for keywords related to the seashore:
beach sand shore bathing
suit seaweed and so forth.
You may also try searching by the names of seaside
towns such as New London, Niantic, Old Lyme, Madison or Clinton.
When performing a simple search, be sure to put quotation marks
around names consisting of more than one word, for example New
London. When performing a refined search, be sure to indicate
that you want to select as a phrase from the drop-down
menu. You may want to limit your search by including a second
search term such as beach or sand in order
to view only those images that actually include a beach. However,
it may be interesting to see what else went on in seaside communities.
You may be surprised by what you discover.
If you are interested in seaside amusements, the
following subject headings may be helpful: Amusement parks, Beaches,
Boats and boating, Casinos, Piers. When performing a simple search,
type in one of these terms and choose Subject Heading
from the drop-down menu. Be sure to use quotation marks around
headings with more than one word. When performing a refined search,
choose Subject from the drop-down menu and be sure
to indicate that you want to search for your term as a phrase,
if it consists of more than one word. You may also search for
specific parks, such as Ocean Beach, Rocky Neck State Park, Roton
Point Park, Savin Rock Park, etc.
Finally, try using the GeoLocator to find coastal
scenes. Using the map, click on headings along the coast of Long
Island Sound. This is a good way to find images of the Connecticut
shore when you dont know the names of specific towns or