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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Circa 1798 Federal Style House Sans Front Door • Monday July 17th 2017

Circa 1798 Federal Style House Sans Front Door in the Annapolis Maryland Historic District July 17th 2017

A Shared History with Both Neighboring Houses

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It was about 8 this morning when the sun became prominent in the sky over Annapolis, which I had hoped to have been the case a few hours earlier during a previously schedule Monday sunrise photo shoot. Alas with my first session

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • The East Brick Wall Profile of a Circa 1780 House in the Historic District • Saturday July 15th 2017

The East Brick Wall Profile of a Circa 1780 House in the Annapolis Maryland Historic District July 15th 2017

Altered to a Two and a Half Story House in the 1850s

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These two conjoined Federal style brick houses were actually built as a one and a half story single family residence in the 1780s for the Brice Family of Annapolis on land that was part of today’s notable

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Convergence of 1760 to 1810 Georgian and Federal Architectural Styles • Wednesday July 12th 2017

Convergence of 1760 to 1810 Georgian and Federal Architectural Styles in the Annapolis Maryland Historic District July 12th 2017

Elegant 1810 Door Surround Details

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I found myself enthralled by the elegant details of this 1810 Georgian and Federal influenced door surround in the Historic District earlier today. Even having already planned to shoot shoreline scenery during today’s walk in Annapolis, of which I eventually did, the mixture of

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Three C1770 Back Bays Featuring Two of the Absalom Ridgley House • Monday July 10th 2017

Three C1770 Back Bays Featuring Two of the Absalom Ridgley House in Annapolis Maryland July 10th 2017

Bump Outs, Back Door Landings and Shrubbery

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I found this backyard perspective of two circa 1770 Annapolis houses fairly interesting to say the least during my morning walk in the Historic District. Comprised of three relatively narrow bay sections the two on the left make up the entire width

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Patriotic Hues of a Circa 1870 Federal Style House in the Morning Rain • Thursday July 6th 2017

Patriotic Hues of a Circa 1870 Federal Style House in the Morning Rain Annapolis Maryland Historic District July 6th 2017

Pinkney Street in the Historic District

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Walking around in a couple of Annapolis residential neighborhoods this morning remnants of this year’s Fourth of July celebrations could still be seen on a surprisingly number of houses, what with American Flags adorning everything from doors and windows to outside planters. Actually

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Late 18th and Early 19th Century Federal Style Architecture on Church Street • Saturday June 17th 2017

Late 18th and Early 19th Century Federal Style Architecture on Church Street in Annapolis Maryland June 17th 2017

The Exterior Colors are Quite Distinctive

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I actually had hoped to have taken a photograph of these two buildings at 113 and 115 Main Street, left to right respectively, well before today. I must say though that with vehicles constantly parked along the curb in front of it, as

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Circa 1857 City Hotel Annex Referred to at Times as Rainbow Row • Sunday June 11th 2017

Circa 1857 City Hotel Annex Referred to at Times as Rainbow Row in Annapolis Maryland June 11th 2017

Shaded Porches on a Sunday Morning

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Referred to at times over the years as Rainbow Row the circa 1857 former City Hotel Annex presents a singular streetscape in the Annapolis Historic District to those passing by it on their way to church or perhaps breakfast.

Comprised of six Federal

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