After passing this empty house many times we decided to stop and check it out. Turns out that the side door was open and this house has possibly been home to some squatters in the past. Piles and piles of trash were inside. Books, pill bottles, furniture, boxes, and clothes filled the rooms. We were in and out very quick, but I managed to snap some photos.
Backyard has little purple flowers and I shovel so I borrowed some flowers.
I don't think anyone will be missing them.
Found this cute little old house on a trip though Cumberland County, NJ. The property contained this abandon house with a great wrap around porch, a barn, and a little shed.
The barn/garage had this comfy looking recliner.
There was also a table and the space looked like it use to be a work shop of sorts.
I love the light on the front porch. It I could I would have taken it home for my room.
Friday's dog photo shoot didn't go as smooth as it usually does. I only had one dog handler for most of the 2 and half hours. Out of the 30 dogs I came to take photos of I managed to get 11 dogs photographed before we started to loose light. I will be returning to photograph the rest of this months dogs sometime this week, but for now here is a collage of the first 11 dogs up for adoption at the Lindenwold Animal Adoption Center.
I am Lizabeth Carl, photographer and owner of Lizabeth Carl Photography. I am 28 years old and have lived in South Jersey my whole life. I was also probably born in the wrong generation because I am hippie at heart.