'Tis my faith that every flower Enjoys the air it breathes! ~William Wordsworth, “Lines Written in Early Spring,” Lyrical Ballads, 1798 Coming in for landing!...
posted on July 16, 2012
Lighting up Baltimore
We had the best view of the fireworks, from the deck of the USS Constellation!
posted on July 07, 2012
2101 is probably best known for its part in the American Freedom Train of 1975-1977 after being rescued from a junk yard in Baltimore. During this time it was...
posted on June 25, 2012
Sunrise & Tall Ships
Sailabration - Baltimore Inner Harbor; Marking the war of 1812 – ships from all over have gathered for a weekend celebration (sailabration). What a great time...
posted on June 17, 2012
10 historic barns, 3 hours head start on the general public. Touring historic barns before they are gone in an effort to raise awareness and hopefully preserve...
posted on June 10, 2012
Ladybug - ladybug
Details create the big picture. Sanford I. Weill
posted on June 08, 2012
“A life that hasn't a definite plan is likely to become driftwood” David Sarnoff
posted on June 07, 2012
"BLUE" Colors of Old San Juan
Old San Juan is one of the most colorful places I've ever visited - every building a different shade of the rainbow. I couldn't pass up this building blue doors...
posted on June 05, 2012
A rose by any name
The sweetest flower that blows, I give you as we part. For you it is a Rose, For me it is my heart. - Quotes Frederick Peterson
posted on June 03, 2012
In 1915, inspired by the poem “In Flanders Fields,” Moina Michael replied with her own poem: We cherish too, the Poppy red That grows on fields where valor led,...
posted on May 28, 2012
Salute to the Past
In celebration of Armed Forces Week and Maritime Day, The NS Savannah welcomed visitors to her decks this weekend. NS is for Nuclear Ship the only nuclear...
posted on May 21, 2012
Up, Up and Away
Up, up and away in my beautiful Balloon! “Balloon glow as part of the pre-Preakness madness in Maryland. Too windy to fly - but the night I shot these, the...
posted on May 12, 2012
Outside the wall
Outside the city wall was the common practice for burial in the 1700 and 1800's. Laying between El Morro and La Perla is Cementerio de Santa Maria Magdalena de...
posted on May 09, 2012
Finally starting to upload/download pictures from the trip to Puerto Rico; First stop, National Historic site “El Morro”.
posted on May 04, 2012
Nothing but a view
Back from vacation - but still thinking about the beach!
posted on May 01, 2012
East Point Lighthouse
lighthouse panorama beach “new jersey”
posted on April 10, 2012