I’m originally from a town in New Jersey that is 20 minutes from New York City by car and 35 by train.
Now I live far enough from New York City, in farm areas, where I would have to take an hour long bus ride to get there.
However, living near farms has its perks.
- Beautiful photographs
- Delicious fresh foods
- Pick your own fruits
- The feeling of clean air
- Open spaces
- Stunning drives
Now, I’ve previously shared photos of the Chesterbook school in Manalapan, NJ that has grossly overgrown since it closed its doors.
Right across the street (literally) is this farm. How can such a mess of property be so close to such a beautiful view? It’s such a shame.
Thanks for reading and happy shooting,
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