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Quick Shots: Frozen Annapolis

Naval HouseI’ve been spending the week in Baltimore while Tanya attends a conference. While winter has been very mild back in western Washington, it is very cold here. This morning, the low temperature was 2 degrees. This has not stopped me from getting out to do some photography. Here are a few quick shots from Annapolis, Maryland. Thanks to friend and fellow travel photographer Walter Rowe for suggesting Annapolis. It is a great place for travel photography, and I will have to get back some day when it is not so frozen. These shots were taken several days ago, when the temperature was only in the 20s. I’ll post some more shots from the trip after I get home. Meanwhile, enjoy these shots from frozen Annapolis.

US Naval Academy Chapel


Winter at the Academy

Frozen Harbor




2 responses

  1. Nice shots of Annapolis!

    I haven’t been down there in while, but it is always nice to walk down Main Street in Anappolis. I do hope you found Chick & Ruth’s Delly, although one of their signature milkshakes wouldn’t be called for on a 20 degree day, they have lots on their menu.

    If you want other suggestions for places to take your camera while you are in the Baltimore area, just give a shout.

    February 20, 2015 at 11:49 am

    • Thanks Chris. I’m back in Tacoma now where the temperature is in the 60s and the sporting flowers are blooming. I do have to get back to Baltimore again someday, there is so much more to see

      I did see Chick and Ruth’s, but didn’t go in. Will have to check out their shakes next time.

      February 21, 2015 at 7:58 am

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