My Maryland – Oriole Park at Camden Yards

Nothing says summer like baseball. The sounds of vendors selling beer and pretzels, the smell of barbecue filling the air and families enjoying America’s pastime together as the sun sets over a beautiful… Continue reading

My Maryland – Civil War Reenactment

For the eighth straight year Civil War reenactors arrived at Rose Hill Manor Park in Frederick for the annual encampment and battle reenactment. This year marks the 150th anniversary of the 1862 Maryland… Continue reading

My Maryland – Cumberland Extras

As I mentioned in the last post, I wasn’t able to spend all that much time in Cumberland during my recent stop. I only captured a small little sliver of what Cumberland is… Continue reading

My Maryland – Western Maryland Scenic Railroad at Cumberland

When deciding to make the drive home from Rockville to Pittsburgh last weekend to visit family I knew I wanted to try and stop along the way to see what I could find… Continue reading

My Maryland – Transit

I take public transportation a lot since moving to Maryland. I do drive and ride my bike but taking pictures when someone else is doing the driving is a heck of a lot… Continue reading

My Maryland – Parking Lot

Patriotism in a parking Lot. Rockville, Maryland.

My Maryland – Baltimore by Night

While doing street photography at night has its technical challenges, even with an older generation iPhone you’re able to capture some pretty interesting images. These are several photographs from Fells Point and the… Continue reading

My Maryland – Baltimore

Here are a few images from a trip to Baltimore. A wedding in Little Italy, Dempsey’s Brew Pub and traffic coming into town. I’ll post a few more photos tomorrow.

My Maryland – Day One (Of a Casual Series)

Moving to back to the DC area from Massachusetts last August brought about a whole host of changes in my life. On a more fundamental level, New England and the DC area are… Continue reading

On Becoming a Francophile

\ˈfraŋ-kə-ˌfī(-ə)l, -kō-\ Francophile. Merriam-Webster defines it as being “markedly friendly to France or French culture”. I recently got back from my second trip to France in less than a year. While I visited… Continue reading