Tag: baltimore

Project 365 / Day 71 – Take a Seat

This morning was one of those mornings that all is right with the world. Visiting the B&O Railroad Museum in Baltimore, Maryland and meeting with guest curator and author, Daniel Carroll Toomey, I stepped back into time. With his recently published book “The War Came by Trains,” Mr. Toomey shared […]

The Streets of Baltimore

This little country mouse finally made it to the big city of Baltimore. The Broadway play “Wicked” is visiting in Baltimore at the France-Merrick Performance Theatre, warmly known as the Hippodrome. Arriving a bit early, we decided to walk around the block and try to capture some of […]

Red Walls for Mabry

It’s not often that this country mouse gets into the city. Heading up to Baltimore last week to see Wicked at the Hippodrome Theatre, a short field trip was in order to discover Edgar Allan Poe’s final resting place. Along the way, century old buildings and modern buildings […]

High Sailing in the Harbor

Tall ships traveling through long nights and short days on swells high and low are berthed in Baltimore Harbor to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812. These majestic sailing vessels are floating ambassadors of their countries with large crews and bright white sails. These Tall Ships […]

Funky Sailabration

To HDR or to not HDR….That is the question. Since I’ve been intrigued by other people’s work with their HDR photography, I thought some night photography with the Tall Ships in Baltimore would be a great place to experiment. Here is the original with no processing Second photo […]

Sailing Under the Bridge

Beginning this morning, the 2012 Star-Spangled Sailabration began with the arrival of 40 vessels in Baltimore Harbor. Celebrating the Bi-centennial of the War of 1812, these ships are sailing along the eastern shore stopping at various ports. Baltimore will be filled with a week of celebration and ship […]