2013 Project 365

Project 365/271 – A Walk in Annapolis

The morning started at dawn at the Annnapolis Maritime Museum in Eastport. The morning was hot and hazy for a early October morning. The geese were on the move southward, and a few fishermen were on the docks hoping for an early catch.



Today was the day for the Scott Kelby’s World Wide Photo Walk. A good group gathered at the Alex Haley – Kunta Kinte Memorial. We headed south on Compromise Street and crossed the Spa Creek Bridge that leads to Eastport. The boaters were out in full force, gearing up for a day on the water.

Enjoying the views of Annapolis across the water at the ends of Third, Second and First streets, we returned over the bridge and walked up the Duke of Glouchester Street. Passing the Saint Mary’s Church and admiring its beauty.



Enjoying the walk along the historic streets of downtown Annapolis and appreciating the homes on “Rainbow Row.” The amount of historical homes on this stretch is impressive.


Feeling pretty young among the 300 year old architecture. The charming streets of Annapolis every welcoming.
All images captured with a Canon G12 which is now replaced with the G15.

Edited in Lightroom 5, Nik Color Efex Pro and OnOne Lightroom Plugins.

25 replies »

  1. You’ve outdone yourself once again! The sunrise and the inside of the church are both truly breathtaking!

    Have you submitted any photos to the Canon Facebook page photo contests? I’d be willing to bet that a few of yours would do very well, possibly win.

  2. Thanks for hosting, I really enjoyed myself. I shot digital but made believe I had film and couldn’t take over 36 images. We had great weather and you did a great job leading and making people feel welcome

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