Inquirer staff photographer Tom Gralish is often assigned photos to take ‘down the shore.’ Instead of the big toll highways, Gralish often opts to take the older two-lane roads. Pictured here is a frog discovered in a cranberry bog ditch off Route 70 in Burlington County.
From Gralish’s article, published on Philly.com August 23, 2014:
Farm stands, fields of wildflowers and faded structures. Artwork and advertising from another era. Flora and fauna, all can be found right off the blacktop, seen at a pace that prompts slowing down or stopping for a closer look.
Natural roadside attractions remind us that South Jersey contains acres of undisturbed forests and marshes, waterways and wetlands with frogs, birds and bees, butter and dragonflies. The 1.1 million-acre Pine Barrens stretches across seven counties, and the 100-plus mile Great Egg Harbor River meanders through South Jersey on its way to the Great Egg Harbor Bay.
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