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An 18th Century Georgian Architecture Streetscape on a Summer Afternoon in Annapolis Maryland • September 18th 2015

A Picturesque 18th Century Georgian Architecture Streetscape In Annapolis Maryland September 18th 2015

A View Along Conduit Street

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It has been a gorgeous afternoon so far and seemingly a perfect one for walking the streets of

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • It Was Nice Talking with Mr. Tate this Morning at the Circa 1775 Jacob Sampson House • Sunday August 30th 2015

The 18th Century Jacob Sampson House In Annapolis Maryland August 30th 2015

18th Century Georgian Architecture

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As I have said on previous occasions it is amazing how many nice people one can meet and talk to while walking the streets of Annapolis. Actually it seems that I experience more of an openness by others to engage in conversation when they notice

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Flowers, Plants and Bushes Bask in the Midday Sun at the Old Treasury Building • Wednesday August 12th 2015

Flowers and Bushes Basking In The Midday Sunshine At The Old Treasury Building In Annapolis Maryland August 12th 2015

A Sun Filled Flower Garden Setting

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As I begin on what is now my fifth consecutive year of sharing photographs taken during my daily walks in the City I opted to seek out a setting more in keeping with the historical character of Annapolis. Here under the bright midday

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph – Weathered Wooden Shakes and Gable Ends In West Annapolis – Saturday July 18th 2015

Weathered Shake Siding And Gable Ends In West Annapolis July 18th 2015

American Architectural Features

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I can remember even today just how much the weathered shakes and gable ends on this 1940 residence caught my eye one particularly warm Summer day in West Annapolis. By the way to a long time reader of this blog yes I knew that this was

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph – After More Than Two Months It Now Represents A Vestige Of A Bygone Era • The Former Church Circle Post Office – Thursday July 16th 2015

Former Main US Post Office Building On Church Circle In Annapolis Maryland July 16th 2015

Public Buildings of Annapolis

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Even though the building’s Postal operations were relocated to West Street in May to me, as well as to a number of Annapolis residents, this grand stone and brick building will be remembered as the Annapolis Post Office. After having taken the above featured photograph

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – The Mid 18th Century William Paca House From A Corner Perspective – Wednesday June 24th 2015

A Corner Perspective Of The William Paca House On Prince George Street In Annapolis Maryland June 24th 2015

A Sidewalk Perspective

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With it being a popular destination for visitors to Annapolis and locals as well the architectural grandeur of the restored mid 1760’s William Paca House is certainly a sight to behold along Prince George Street. As for myself I often pass by Mr. Paca’s residence, at

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Annapolis Experience Blog Picture Of The Day – Verandahs Adorn The Mid 18th Century Ridout Carriage House – Monday June 22nd 2015

Verandahs On The 18th Century Ridout Carriage House On Duke Of Gloucester Street In Annapolis Maryland June 22nd 2015

18th Century Georgian Architecture

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I am not sure as to when the two verandas featured above were built however I do not believe that they are original to the building. This current day residence was constructed in 1765 by John Ridout and served as a carriage house what with the

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