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A Welcoming Invitation Along the Street

Wrought Iron Staircase and Fence Accents the C1730 Edward Dorsey House in Annapolis Maryland May 25th 2017

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The weather for the most part continues to remain dreary in Annapolis approaching the end of the annual US Naval Academy Commissioning Week, as well as the start of the Memorial Day weekend. In spite of the then overcast sky I set off on my walk in the Historic District early today in search of a welcoming scene in which to photograph.

Passing by the circa 1730 Edward Dorsey House I stopped so as to take in its ornate wrought iron horseshoe style staircase and fence, along with the flowers adorning its front landing. Certainly it represented an inviting entrance to this mid 18th century historical and originally Georgian style house, although numerous late 19th century exterior alterations have it projecting more of a Greek Revival and/or Italianate ambiance along the street. As to the fence and staircase they too also exhibit those afore mentioned later period architectural styles.

Well I have much work to accomplish over the course of the next few days in preparation for the unveiling of my newest Photo Art Gallery collection so I must take leave of the streets of Annapolis now so as to return to the studio.

If by chance you are setting off today for the Memorial Day weekend please stay safe along the way,

Glenn

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