I use to ride this path all the time while enjoying the nice weather in the spring and summer. It wasn't til I took a fall ride this year did I see the hidden beauty that autumn holds. The three shots above come from my personal Instagram account. Yes, far from professional with my old school Galaxy 4 Mini phone which doesn't take the greatest pictures, but that day as I was on my ride I just needed to capture the moment and a phone was all I had with me at the time.
Anther great area I ride passed all the time and went overlooked was at the local park. The path is off to the side and rarely used by anyone at the park as there are paved walking paths that encompass the whole park for walkers, children, and people like me on bikes to use. On the other hand the bridge located close by that that path leads from the park to the high school's football field. I take it as a short cut sometimes.
And finally, I had to snap with image of the wonderful yellow leaves falling on this portion of the bike path. This path in particular is used by many people, mostly teens, as they walk to and from school every day. It begins at the crossing of Berlin Road and Linden Ave moving along the side of Berlin Road following the railroad tracks until you reach the traffic light at the end of the road.
This building built in the 1930's was demolished in 2016 after the property was purchased.
The Acme Staple Company opened it's doors in 1643 on Haddon Avenue, but moved to a 40 acre site in Frankilin, New Hampshire in 1959 leaving this building to find a new owner.
One of my small towns in South Jersey.
It is sad to see the general store and other buildings falling into disrepair. I would have liked to see this town when it had a thriving business district.
This old house must have been gorgeous before it fell into disrepair.
I love the octagonal tower on the right side of the house.
"This is the Adams House. Lewis Adams, born in 1864 married Olive Verginia Cale (1867), daughter of Captain John Cale in 1893. He built this home in the 1890's where the family lived for 25 years. He was the schoolmaster at the Lower Bank school."
They don't make houses like this anymore.
So many windows.
So much character.
Cute old farm with Green Acres property out in front.
I love to see preservation happening.
There is a house on this land where a family lives, but
this tower is what caught my eye while passing buy on the way to a family photoshoot.
The building below also found in Medford, NJ.
Located next to Kirby Bros. Farm Supply which unfortunately after 140 years is not closed for ever much to the selling of farmland to developers looking to build ugly over crowded housing developments.
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I love these shutters.
I am Lizabeth Carl, photographer and owner of Lizabeth Carl Photography. I am 27 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.