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Remnants of an Overnight Rain and Patches of Sunshine

Corner of State Circle and Maryland Avenue on the Last Day of Winter in Annapolis Maryland March 19th 2017

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I set off for my morning walk on this final day of winter by taking in this quiet setting here at the corner of State Circle and Maryland Avenue in Annapolis. While the skies for the most part were still overcast, as both the nearby streets and sidewalks showed signs of an overnight rain, streams of sunshine were visible along the east side of this group of late 19th and early 20th century Vernacular style commercial buildings. Actually though it was the number of red seamed metal roofs and their gable ends that caught my eye, along with how they encompassed the aqua green front of the Gina Fitz shop.

Okay springtime I’m anxiously awaiting your arrival tomorrow, as is my camera.

Have a good afternoon,

Glenn

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