Last summer I took a trip to photograph an old Episcopal church ruin located alongside a quiet country road. It’s name is St. John’s Chapel, located just west of the town of Easton, MD. It’s over the bridge on Unionville Road / Rt. 370, a smaller road that connects to Rt. 33. It was built in about 1835, abandoned around 1895 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1973.
When I went there last summer (July 2015) the vegetation was quite heavy, nearly totally obscuring the front. So I made a trip back there on a warm early spring day before the plant life started waking up and growing again. This time I was able to get some good shots of the front, which was virtually invisible in the summer with all of the vines and leaves covering it.
My original post is here – https://gjefle-art.com/my-first-delmarva-ruin-st-johns-chapel.
All photos © Colleen D. Gjefle