Camera 07 - A year in 90 seconds - De-Construction and Re-Construction of the Big Red Barn
This is a year long project to capture the construction of the Flying Horse Farms camp in Mt. Gilead, Ohio.
Images from December 2009 - July 2010.
Flying Horse Farms will be a magical, transforming and fun camp for children with serious illnesses opening in fall 2010.
When kids come to Flying Horse Farms, they are no longer a kid with cancer. They are not constrained by their asthma or sickle cell disease. The toll on the body from heart disease, arthritis or hemophilia is forgotten.
When kids are here, they're different. They aren't patients. They are kids.
Find out more about who we are and our camp, how we're sending kids to camp already through our Flying Horse Away program. Discover the disease groups we serve and read stories of how camp changes lives - of children and their families.
Flying Horse Farms is a provisional member of the Association of Hole in the Wall Camps. As the world's largest family of camps for children with serious medical conditions, the Association of Hole in the Wall Camps offer campers the chance to restore hope and recapture their childhood through therapeutic recreation, intentional programming and year-round support that provides encouragement, motivation and confidence.
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Flying Horse Farms, James DeCamp, Time Lapse, Construction, Ohio, Cancer, Terminally Ill, Children
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