Tag Archives: Maryland

Kettle

One of the other images I liked from Saturday’s Photowalk was that of this kettle. In the days when I pace back and forth, trying to patiently wait for the microwave to complete its task, it is important to recognize … Continue reading

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Bowl and Candlesticks

I attended a Photowalk on Saturday at St. Mary’s City. In the 17th century this was the capital of the colony in Maryland, and unusual in the respect that it was a place that allowed Catholics to worship. This came … Continue reading

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Shelter

Annapolis, Maryland is a place for boats.  Even when one gets away from the dock downtown, it is difficult to find a long stretch along the water where there is not accommodation for a boat.  This makes complete sense, as … Continue reading

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Not Open

Abandoned long ago, this building stands, waiting in the hopes that someday customers will once again enter its doors and find treasures to bring home.  This is unlikely to happen.  As things become more developed between Crofton and Glen Bernie, … Continue reading

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Tie Point

This is the fourth in the series of four images taken at a small public dock in Annapolis, MD.

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Gone, Temporarily

This is the third in the series of four images taken at a small public dock in Annapolis, MD.

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Door And Tree

One of the more recognizable buildings in Annapolis, Maryland is St. Anne’s Church in the middle of the appropriately named Church Circle. The church was used in an episode of the West Wing, where I stood outside with numerous others … Continue reading

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Confusion on Pratt Street

Some images are fun because they are confusing. Perhaps it is the lack or even abundance of information, but this particular image reminds me of an Escher painting, where all the parts are there, but they do not appear to … Continue reading

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Public Pier

This zone plate image is the second in the series of four images taken at a small public dock in Annapolis, MD.

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Annapolis Graveyard

Chris Peregoy’s Pinhole Blender allows for the blending of multiple pinhole images into a single frame. This particular image was made in a graveyard beside the city of Annapolis, MD, allowing gravestones and graveyard angels to blend into one another.

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