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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – A Hatteras Motor Yacht Moored In The Harbor At Midmorning – Saturday May 30th 2015

Annapolis Motor Yachts

A Hatteras Motor Yacht Moored In The Harbor At Midmorning Annapolis Maryland May 30th 2015

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One can get a totally different perspective of a 50 or 60′ boat when approaching it in a dinghy that’s for sure. Such was the case in Annapolis Harbor earlier in the morning. Being so close to the water this vessel took on the appearance of a large floating RV. All in all I’m sure that it is nice sitting in the wheel house while sipping on that first cup of coffee in the morning and looking out across the harbor.

Have a good day whether you find yourself on water or land,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Balance and Simplicity • Mid 1800’s Vernacular Federal Style Windows And Door – Friday May 29th 2015

Fleet Street Vernacular Style

Mid 19th Century Vernacular Federal Style Architectural Details Mrs Hollidayoke House In Annapolis Maryland May 29th 2015

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Earlier in the day while passing by Mrs Eleanor Hollidayoke’s 1850 residence, or perhaps 1830 according to others, I found myself focused on its first floor facade mostly due to the simplicity of design exhibited not only in its period front door but also by the placement of each flanking window.

Located on Fleet Street in the Historic District Mrs Hollidayoke’s mid 19th century frame residence is a great example of Vernacular Annapolis Federal style architecture.

Have a good day and a most enjoyable weekend,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – A Dinghy Makes Good Speed Across The Harbor And Leaves A Bit Of A Wake As Well – Thursday May 28th 2015

The Ubiquitous Annapolis Dinghy

A Man In A Dinghy Makes His Way Across The Harbor In Annapolis Maryland May 28th 2015

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Almost as common as the omnipresent automobile is in Annapolis the ubiquitous dinghy remains a go to mode of transportation often found secured at residential and commercial creek side docks throughout the City. Dinghies are great for getting that first cup of coffee in the morning, a trip for an after dinner ice cream treat, or simply to head out on the water to take in a colorful sunset.

Have a good afternoon everyone,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Midmorning Shade Accents The Front Entrance Of The Dr Upton Scott House – Wednesday May 27th 2015

Notable Doors Of Annapolis

Front Door Of The Dr Upton Scott House Set In The Morning Shade Annapolis Maryland May 27th 2015

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One can but speculate the number of times that Francis Scott Key entered his great Aunt’s house through this front door during the years he attended St. John’s College in Annapolis. Key’s great Aunt’s husband, the well regarded Dr. Upton Scott, built this grand Georgian style residence that according to records was completed in 1765.

With the midmorning shade accenting the front facade of the residence I stood on the sidewalk for a time gazing up the walkway at the front door while thinking about the Colonial Governors, prosperous members of City society and numerous others who also had occasion to enter Dr. Scott’s house through this very door two hundred and fifty years ago

Have a most pleasant day everyone,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – A Springtime Hillside Perspective In The Historic District – Tuesday May 26th 2015

Annapolis Perspectives

A Hillside Perspective In The Annapolis Maryland Historic District May 26th 2015

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Even though Memorial Day has now come and gone signs of Spring can still be seen to various degrees in the City perhaps like this landscaped hillside in the Annapolis Historic District.

Have a pleasant afternoon everyone,

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Remembering The Fallen On Memorial Day At Annapolis National Cemetery – Monday May 25th 2015

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Memorial Day Morning At Annapolis National Cemetery May 25th 2015

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Memorial Day is the time when the citizens of a grateful nation come together to honor and pay tribute to those individuals who have paid the ultimate price to defend the rights and freedoms of under which we live.

Today’s photograph is of the hallowed grounds at Annapolis National Cemetery early in the morning.

And they who for their country die shall fill an honored grave, for glory lights the soldier’s tomb, and beauty weeps the brave” – Joseph Rodman Drake (American Poet  b.1790 d.1820)

Glenn

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Colorful Flowers In The Shade At Gloucester Mews – Sunday May 24th 2015

Annapolis Flowers and Gardens

Flowers In The Shade At Gloucester Mews In Annapolis Maryland May 24th 2015

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Walking along a shaded pathway in Annapolis, referred to by locals as Gloucester Mews, earlier I came across these two delightful looking flowers and could not help but stop in order to take at least one photograph of them.

Enjoy your day everyone,

Glenn

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