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Light Snow Accents a 1920 Queen Anne Style Eastport Residence in Annapolis Maryland January 9th 2017

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Alas the sun managed to appear only briefly earlier this morning breaking through the grey cloud cover over the Eastport peninsula here in Annapolis Maryland for less than a half hour at best. Reminders of Saturday’s snowfall could be seen in neighborhood yards, along the streets and sidewalks as well nearby shorelines. Patches of ice abound as one would be well advised to be cautious when walking about for the temperatures will not reach the freezing mark today.

Today’s featured photograph is of a 1920 Queen Anne style, as well as Eastlake influenced, residence adorned in period colors and accented by a covering of snow early in the morning.

Have a nice day and a good week,

Glenn

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