I'm planning to make postcards out of them. There is a shop a few blocks away from my house. I was talking to the owner and we thought handmade photo cards of stereotypical scenes of the area would be nice to sell. (Presque Isle, etc. -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Presque_Isle_State_Park )
If I come up with a good image, he might want to sell framed prints.
The shop is full of digital pictures and he thinks "real photos" might sell. The owners wife thinks black and white is artistic.
If things go well and I can make some good photos that they like I might be able to sell a few.
Thus, the CYA.
But I think I'm going to let these pictures slide on the release.
They were taken on a public beach during daytime hours when anybody could have walked out there and saw the same scene with the naked eye. Dozens of people float around the beaches with cameras and binoculars, etc. Unless I was using a zoom lens to home in on some chick with big knockers, wearing a bikini there is no expectation of privacy. (For example.)
Getting a release where it's not needed might actually cause more trouble than it saves.