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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Barley And A Friend Pose Together On A Downtown Park Bench – Wednesday October 1st 2014

Pets & People Of Annapolis

Barley & Friend Watch From The Park Bench In Annapolis Maryland October 1st 2014

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Everyone please meet Barley, a seemingly content Irish Setter, who I happened to have met earlier at a downtown Annapolis park. Both Barley and his friend were either focused elsewhere or chose to pose this way for me after having been asked if it was okay to take their picture.

Have a good day everyone,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – City Architectural Styles • A 1910 American Four Square Residence – Tuesday September 30th 2014

Residential Architecture Of Annapolis

1910 Four Square Residential Architecture On Franklin Street In Annapolis Maryland September 30th 2014

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American Four Square residential architecture, popular during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, incorporated simple exterior details such as those found in both American Craftsman and Prairie School houses of the era. Noted architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed houses that upon first appearance could be considered Four Square as well.

Sometimes referred to as Prairie Boxes American Four Square houses featured a square footprint, two and a half stories in height, full width porches, mostly plain looking millwork, and a centered dormer on the roof. However their interiors were more reminiscent of a bungalow style in its overall layout.

In Annapolis Four Square style houses seem for the most part to be clustered together on lower Duke of Gloucester Street, Franklin Street and Southgate Avenue.

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Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Upper Starboard Bow Of A 1955 Wiley Tancook Whaler – Monday September 29th 2014

A Vintage Sailboat In Annapolis

Upper Starboard Bow Of A Wiley 36 Tancook Whaler September 29th 2014

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A vestige of a bygone era would be one way of describing the sight of this Tancook Whaler’s upper starboard bow as seen docked in Annapolis Maryland recently. The Vixen was the last of five vessels in its series, each one larger than the previous one, that was built in 1955 by noted boat builder Ralph Wiley at his Oxford Maryland boatyard that still sails the waters of the Chesapeake Bay today.

The presence of this vintage sailboat in Annapolis is yet another reminder of the rich maritime history and tradition of Maryland’s Capital City on the Chesapeake Bay.

Have a pleasant day everyone,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Offering Advice On Taking Pictures At Sunrise – Sunday September 28th 2014

Early Morning In Annapolis

Offering Advice On Taking Pictures At Sunrise In Annapolis Maryland September 28th 2014

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If one is ever in need of local photography lessons then consider hanging out with your camera at the Annapolis City Dock around sunrise. There must have been at least a dozen photographers equipped with various types of digital cameras out at first light capturing the sunrise over the harbor.

In today’s featured picture the gentleman on the left had just taken a couple of pictures when the gentleman on the right approached him seemingly to inquire as to what camera settings had been used.

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Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Early Morning Outside Leeward Market In Eastport – Saturday September 27th 2014

Annapolis Cafes

Early Morning Outside Leeward Market In The Eastport District Of Annapolis Maryland September 27th 2014

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It was a quiet Saturday morning at the intersection of Chester Avenue and Second Street in Eastport where the folks at Leeward Market were already open for business. I stopped by for a pastry and coffee so as to be enjoyed while sitting on their sidewalk picnic table from which I had the opportunity to hear the US Naval Academy Chapel bells ringing out from across the harbor at the eight o’clock hour.

The making of yet another gorgeous early Autumn day in Annapolis seems to be at hand and I wish you an enjoyable Saturday as well as a great weekend,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – A Capital Perspective • Blue Morning Skies Above The State House Dome & Old Treasury Building – Friday September 26th 2014

Maryland State House

Blue Morning Skies Over The State House Dome In Annapolis Maryland September 26th 2014

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Clear blue skies and a very slight nip in the air made the grounds of the Maryland State House a great place to enjoy my first cup of coffee this morning as I sat on a bench and gazed upwards at the dome. In today’s featured picture one can get a sense of the dome’s size in relationship to the mid 18th century Old Treasury Building as seen here in the foreground.

Enjoy this picturesque Autumn day in Annapolis everyone,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Shelter From The Rain & The Emergence Of Autumn On King George Street – Thursday September 25th 2014

Early Autumn In Annapolis

The Emergence Of Autumn On King George Street In Annapolis Maryland September 25th 2014

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I can assure you that it was rain and not Autumn that was foremost on my mind while navigating among the puddles of water along King George Street this morning. However Autumn is what eventually became the subject of today’s featured picture post.

Finding shelter beneath a group of trees and tall bushes in front of a residence seemed to hold the rain at bay for the most part. Protected under the canopy of foliage I caught sight of a lone tree that had already taken on Autumn like hues across its leaves. While the leaves on the adjacent bushes, as well as neighboring trees, still retained vivid green colors, more so because of the rainfall, it was the orange colors on that one tree which captured my attention and yes reminded me that Autumn had indeed arrived in Annapolis.

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Glenn

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