AA: #AbandonedArchitecture Photo Challenge: Scullville, NJ
While my brain was resting up from the 2014 #AtoZ Blog Challenge, I stumbled across this new (to me) photo challenge from Lingering Visions: Look at Abandoned Architecture (May). You can find several of these abandoned buildings along the backwoods roads of South Jersey.
I love the look of old buildings with cracked and peeling paint, broken windows, rusted hinges, weedy yards. I can imagine the lives of the families who lived there.
The house in this photo is found in Scullville, New Jersey, a place along the road on the way to somewhere else, down along Cranberry Creek and Mays Landing-Somers Point Rd in the marshlands of the Egg Harbor River. We often use this back road to go to Ocean City, NJ.
Scullville, originally settled in the early 1700s, now earns its fame from the annual Terror in the Junkyard, the Halloween hayride sponsored by the Scullville Fire Company at Flemings Junkyard on Zion Road.
Don’t blink as your drive through the village, you just might miss it.
Janice Hall Heck, retired educator, blogger, wannabe photographer, and
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