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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Circa 1890s Shingle Architecture and a Remaining Vestige of the Hell Point Neighborhood • Monday September 26th 2016

Circa 1890s Shingle Architecture and Vestiges of the Hell Point Neighborhood of Annapolis Maryland September 26th 2016

Appreciating the Calm Before the Boat Shows Begin

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More so than the Shingle architecture of this mid 1890s building it was the empty setting at the intersection of these two lower downtown streets that caught my attention earlier in the day. For you see currently over on Back Creek

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photographs • Early Morning Outside the c1750 Middleton Tavern and a Summation of its Ownership • Tuesday September 13th 2016

Early Morning at the c1750 Middleton Tavern on Market Space in Annapolis Maryland September 13th 2016

250 Years Later its Exterior Remains Mostly the Same

Publisher’s Note: This photo journal entry features the eighth period building or house to be included in the 18th Century Architecture of Annapolis Series. In the future as weather conditions, natural lighting and an absence of location clutter permits additional buildings and houses from the 1700s

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photographs • A Distinctive Period Looking c1790 Georgian Style Building Both Small and Unassuming • Sunday September 4th 2016

Distinctive Period Looking c1790 Georgian Style Corner Building in Annapolis Maryland September 4th 2016

Centuries Old Yet Hardly Noticed

Publisher’s Note: This photo journal entry features the sixth period building or house to be included in the 18th Century Architecture of Annapolis Series. In the future as weather conditions, natural lighting and an absence of location clutter permits additional buildings and houses from the 1700s will be posted as

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photographs • Late 18th Century Federal Style Townhouses Repurposed as a Main Street Cafe and Shop • Friday September 2nd 2016

Late 18th Century Federal Style Townhouses Repurposed as a Cafe and Shop on Main Street in Annapolis Maryland September 2nd 2016

Centuries of History Behind Main Street Storefronts

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Publisher’s Note: This photo journal entry features the fourth and fifth period buildings or houses to be included in the 18th Century Architecture of Annapolis Series. In the future as weather conditions, natural lighting and an absence of location clutter permits additional

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Both a Shop and Restaurant Occupy the c1790 Residential Building of John Allen Quynn • Sunday August 28th 2016

Originally a Circa 1790 Single Residence Built for Mr Allen Quynn in Annapolis Maryland August 28th 2016

Local by Design & O’brien’s Prime Street Frontage

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Publisher’s Note: This photo journal entry features the second period building or house to be included in the 18th Century Architecture of Annapolis Series. In the future as weather conditions, natural lighting and an absence of location clutter permits additional buildings

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An Unobstructed View • Revisiting Jeff Huntington’s Mural at Tsunami on West Street in Annapolis Maryland – Thursday April 7th 2016

An Unobstructed View of Tsunami and Jeff Huntington's Mural Agony and Ecstasy Lives Together in Perfect Harmony in Annapolis Maryland April 7th 2016

Street and Public Art

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Let me say first of all that no the above photograph was not taken this morning, although the setting is directly next to today’s featured blog post photograph of two Victorian commercial buildings on West Street. It was while working in the office this afternoon

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph – A Sign of a Consensus or Perhaps Politics Aside Hanging Outside Harry Browne’s on State Circle – Tuesday November 17th 2015

Harry's Bar Sign Outside At Harry Browne's Restaurant On State Circle In Annapolis Maryland November 17th 2015

Harry’s Bar • State Circle

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During times when political discourse becomes heated, stressful or extremely partisan in Annapolis members of opposing parties can always reconvene for a drink upstairs at Harry’s Bar on State Circle. Well at least that was my thought earlier today walking around the Maryland State

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