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An Early Waterfront Perspective

Morning on the Harbor with Sailboats and the Harbor Queen in Annapolis Maryland June 24th 2017

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It was nice to be out with the sun shining here in Annapolis so I thought that it would be good to take in a perspective of the quiet downtown waterfront from the harbor.

Docked in its traditional location at the end of the City Dock is the Watermark Harbor Queen, that will spend its day shuttling visitors along the Severn River and back, while two transient sailboats are seen tied up at mooring buoys on the harbor.

All in all it is going to be a good day for getting out on the water and as for this photographer he will shortly be joining friends on a trip to Kent Island for the afternoon.

Have a great day whether it is on water or the hard,

Glenn

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