Gallery: Camden mural gets larger, while the writing’s on the wall in Haddonfield

Photos: A confused deer, a Camden mural, Haddonfield graffiti and more

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Doomed relationship? A real deer walks away from one that's a lawn ornament on Murray Avenue in Cherry Hill.

Doomed relationship? A real deer walks away from one that’s a lawn ornament on Murray Avenue in Cherry Hill.

Jim Walsh/Courier-Post

A new mural celebrating East Camden now extends down the 17th Street side of the former Bush Refrigeration Building on Admiral Wilson Boulevard. The work was created by We Live Here, a local artist collective that plans a formal unveiling soon.

A new mural celebrating East Camden now extends down the 17th Street side of the former Bush Refrigeration Building on Admiral Wilson Boulevard. The work was created by We Live Here, a local artist collective that plans a formal unveiling soon.

Jim Walsh/Courier-Post

A new mural celebrating East Camden now extends down the 17th Street side of the former Bush Refrigeration Building on Admiral Wilson Boulevard. The date, 1899, refers to the year Stockton Township was annexed by Camden.

A new mural celebrating East Camden now extends down the 17th Street side of the former Bush Refrigeration Building on Admiral Wilson Boulevard. The date, 1899, refers to the year Stockton Township was annexed by Camden.

Jim Walsh/Courier-Post

A child's bike seems appropriately parked at Lion's Den playground in Cherry Hill.

A child’s bike seems appropriately parked at Lion’s Den playground in Cherry Hill.

Jim Walsh/Courier-Post

Great photos can raise great questions. This one asks only: Is that an outhouse at the end of a driveway on Mill Street in Moorestown? And if it is, do you really want to know what nearly knocked it over?

Great photos can raise great questions. This one asks only: Is that an outhouse at the end of a driveway on Mill Street in Moorestown? And if it is, do you really want to know what nearly knocked it over?

Jim Walsh/Courier-Post

Apparently, some poor kid in Haddonfield lacked a notebook, so he did his equations on the wall of the borough's high school.

Apparently, some poor kid in Haddonfield lacked a notebook, so he did his equations on the wall of the borough’s high school.

Jim Walsh/Courier-Post

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