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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Signs of Easter Adorn Three Houses in the Historic District and Murray Hill • Sunday April 16th 2017

Signs of Easter in an English Window Basket on April 16th 2017

Daffodils a Bunny and a Wreath on the Door

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Signs of Easter where evident as a I walked the streets of Annapolis on this picturesque day. Above daffodil flowers denoted a touch of spring to the front of a 1905 Georgian Revival style house in Murray Hill.

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Contrast of Architectural Styles in the c1857 Chase-Stone House and the Modern Hodson House • Sunday March 12th 2017

Contrast of Architectural Styles in the c1857 Chase-Stone House and the Modern Hodson House at St. John's College in Annapolis Maryland March 12th 2017 at St. John's College in Annapolis Maryland March 12th 2017

19th Century Versus Modern Design at St. John’s College

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I could not help but note the contrast in the architectural styles of the northern most first floor window, originally an entrance door, on the c1857 Chase-Stone House and the extreme triangular shaped gable roof of the 21st century Hodson

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Altered as a Balcony Door in 1775 Set Above an Original Closet Window at Ogle Hall • Tuesday February 7th 2017

Altered as a Balcony Door in 1775 Set Above an Original Closet Window at c1740 Ogle Hall in Annapolis Maryland February 7th 2017

Affording Benjamin Ogle a Northwest View

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As I walked around the corner from King George Street on to College Avenue the sight of this cantilevered balcony caught my attention for it was apparent the door was not original to the building. Thinking back for a moment I remembered when

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Plants in the Window of Mr. Hyde the Shoemaker’s c1760 House on High Street • Friday February 3rd 2017

Plants in the Window at Mr. Hyde the Shoemaker's c1760 House on High Street in Annapolis Maryland February 3rd 2017

Plants Above the Street

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These house plants caught my attention earlier in the day even though they were located in a second story window well above old High Street here in Annapolis.

You see I happened to have been walking along the street, stopping periodically so as to make

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Variegated Brickwork Obscures the NW 1856 Addition Entrance at the Charles Carroll House • Thursday January 26th 2017

Variegated Brickwork and Windows Obscure the NW 1856 Addition Entrance of the Charles Carroll House in Annapolis Maryland January 27th 2017

Outline of an Original Large Entrance

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They say that if one looks around a familiar setting long enough that they’re sure to see something new, such was the case earlier in the day as I once again found myself visiting the Charles Carroll House in Annapolis. Always keen to

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • An Abundance of Windows on a Circa 1890 Victorian Queen Anne House • Saturday December 31st 2016

An Abundance of Windows on a Circa 1890 Victorian Queen Anne House in Annapolis Maryland December 31st 2016

Twenty One Across the Front

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As another year of photographing the historical buildings, natural surroundings and waterfront settings of Annapolis draws to a close I set off on my final walk of 2016 earlier in the day. Winter is now at hand so the starkness of the near empty

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Annapolis Maryland Blog Photograph • Autumn Reflections in the Windows of an 1890s Victorian Queen Anne Dormer • Wednesday November 16th 2016

Autumn Reflections in the Windows of an 1890s Victorian Dormer in Annapolis Maryland November 16th 2016

An Abundance of Colors Along the Roof

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Certainly this is one autumn influenced photograph of mine that needs little annotation for the moment was right, as was the angle of the morning sunlight’s reflection in the windows of this round head style 1890s dormer. Yes all in all it

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