Moral Decay

Jack Hunt

Coshocton, United States

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In my ramblings around the countryside here I am continually amazed at the things I find. A friend told me about an abandoned church building not too far from town. The other evening my wife and I decided to go in search of it. I was expecting to find an empty building, falling in, sitting back in the middle of the woods. Nope there she sat on a paved stretch of county road a just a few scant miles from town. The cemetery was well kept and the building was plainly visible on three sides. The church is complete with all the pews and a piano. The pulpit has fallen over as has the piano and half the pews are sinking into the earth from the floor rotting, due to the weather coming in through the un-repaired roof and broken window panes. I don’t know when this church was built but the oldest stones in the cemetery are from the late 1840’s. I have been told it was most probably an Amish, Mennonite or Reformed Friends (Quaker) church, as it has a partition down the center to divide the men from the women.

This image made with my trusty Kodak P880 camera.
Shutter Speed:1/8 second
Aperture:F/3.2
Focal Length:8 mm
ISO Speed:100

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