Tag Archives: Baltimore

Umbrella – S. Carrollton Ave., Baltimore

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Baltimore – The Greatest City In America – W. Lombard St., Baltimore

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We Rent Houses – W. Pratt St., Baltimore

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Jesus Is Lord!!! – Baltimore

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Chair, Baltimore

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Henneman Avenue

Occasionally tours are offered at the old A. Hoen & Co. Lithographers building in Baltimore, which has been abandoned since 1981, and at some point I may offer some of the images taken there a month ago. Before the tour … Continue reading

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Boat And Boat

I thought I would offer one more image created by Brendan Comey and myself.  As noted in my previous entry, I shot a roll of film in Baltimore, Maryland, sent it to him, and he exposed it in Dublin, Ireland.  The … Continue reading

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Bikes And Little People

I spent a couple of years in college as a Music Theory and Composition major, and it was there that I learned of  John Cage and aleatory music. I worked on a number of experiments in that direction, which resulted … Continue reading

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Bridge 6

In addition to their unintentional beauty, the bridges in Baltimore (as well as everywhere else) are required to handle all traffic in all weather at all times.  The strength required to do this boggles the mind.  As I walk under … Continue reading

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Bridge 5

Some of the negatives in my bridge series fall into the abstract.  Oftentimes we use the term “abstract” to indicate a situation where we do not recognize the subject of the image.  I am thinking more along the lines of, … Continue reading

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