I can’t resist old derelict and abandoned buildings. There’s so many different reasons why they intrigue people – a sense of history, a pondering of who lived there, a fascination with decay or the ultimate triumph of time and the elements over the man-made.
Chesapeake City, MD hosts a massive car show organized by their Lion’s Club. There were over 600 vehicles just screaming to be photographed! The town itself also presented many great photo opportunities, including a large boat being guided under the magnificent Chesapeake Bridge by a vibrant red tugboat.
St. John’s Chapel of St. Michael’s Parish is a historic Episcopal church at Easton, Maryland. It is a granite Gothic Revival ruin. The building measures 35 feet wide and 50 feet deep. The chapel was built in about 1835 and abandoned around 1895.