Monthly Archives: December 2015

An Abandoned Bungalow

Creepiness in a Not-So-Old and Abandoned Home Old and abandoned buildings are usually a ruin that results from age and abuse. Damage from water, mold, deterioration, and vandalism is commonplace and expected when entering one.  I recently photographed an old bungalow that was a bit different. Parts of the home were in pretty good shape. A little time with a broom and mop would make the place look like it was never abandoned. It felt [...]

2017-05-19T10:35:50+00:00 December 16th, 2015|14 Comments

My Week In The New Jersey Pinelands

Shop Local is Good, But is Photograph Local Better? Between commitments and our annual family reunion occurring during Thanksgiving, I decided to challenge myself and spend a week only creating photography in the New Jersey Pinelands. My self-imposed limits were to shoot within a 20 minute drive from my home and to hike no more than 1 mile after I got to a location. To do this with a house full of [...]

2017-05-19T10:35:51+00:00 December 2nd, 2015|23 Comments
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