Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph – Four Years and 1461 Photographs • Follow The Sign To Immerse Oneself In The Visual Arts On State Circle – Tuesday August 11th 2015

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Circle Gallery Sign On State Circle In Annapolis Maryland On A Rainy Day August 11th 2015

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Publisher’s Note: today’s photo blog post marks the completion of four years of daily visual entries featuring photographs from my walks in the City of Annapolis Maryland. It has been a heck of an experience and I sincerely thank each of the hundreds of thousands of viewers who have virtually accompanied me along the way each day.
A few friends have called me crazy and or obsessive for walking the streets of Annapolis in order to share a single photograph with others seven days a week and 52 weeks a year but I do not see things that way. I started my visual journey through Annapolis 1,461 days, blog post photographs, Tweets, Pinterest pins, and Facebook wall entries ago and it has been a blast. From that first blog entry of a mother and her young daughter kayaking in Ego Alley to the sub zero January temperatures on the campus of St. John’s College to the waters of the Severn River where the number of boats was as congested as car traffic on Route 50 prior to the Bay Bridge in the Summer it has been filled with memorable images which I am sure will always be on my mind.
Along the way I have met so many great people and seen Annapolis from a number of different vantage points as well as in a variety of weather conditions from dawn to dusk. So with your continued indulgence lets just see where this continues to go!

Located just off of two well traveled Annapolis streets, and marked by circular shaped signs located at the bottom of Chancery Lane as well as the top, the Circle Gallery provides a nurturing public venue for both local and national artists to exhibit their creative works.

Checkout the Circle Gallery’s exhibitions schedule and savor an artistic experience for yourself this Summer.

Become a member of the Maryland Federation of Art and help support the arts in Annapolis.


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