Federal Hill, Baltimore, MD I went to school in Baltimore and had always heard of this place called Federal Hill. I finally went and the view of Downtown Baltimore is awesome. When I went the sky will milky, as it was in all of 2018. 🙂 The views of Raven’s Stadium, Domino Sugar, the American […]
The Farmer As we are going through this COVID-19 pandemic, the importance of so many professions that sell or deliver us food have come to the forefront. I had taken this picture years ago somewhere in Delaware and it made me think that this is where it starts. The farmers and farm workers are so […]
Laurel, Maryland has many landmarks, just as any town. On this day, Laurel, MD’s 150th birthday, I thought I would share some of the shots I have taken over time. Many will recognize the locations.
The Metro, the subway, the Metrorail. It elicits many emotions. Opened in 1976, according to Wikipedia, is the transit system that travels between DC, Maryland, and Virginia. I have ridden the train since it opened on and off over time. My friend and I would take the train to DC National and watch the airplanes […]
Bada Bean Coffee House, Chester, MD #BADABEANCOFFEEHOUSE
Bradley, SC During my childhood, I spent the summers in Bradley, SC with my grandparents. We use to ride our bikes up and down the road, around the house, around my great-grandmother’s yard, or down to my cousin’s house. Later we road minibikes. But my brothers and cousins did that more than I. It was […]
Promised Land School My grandmother taught at the Promised Land School. As a child I got to go occasionally when we were visiting. I didn’t get to stop and take a proper picture, but got some through the window.
Happy New Year! This year I am grateful for new beginnings and new opportunities! I also look forward to being able to photograph many new […]
Belton, SC To get to our final destination in South Carolina, we drove from Anderson, SC to Orangeburg, SC. This took us through Belton, Greenwood, Promised Land, and Bradley, SC. Not to mention many other towns along the way. During the trip I photographed many sights, mostly from inside of the car. Belton, SC was […]
29 Days in South Carolina Gaffney Peach I recently spent 29 days in South Carolina with relatives after the death of a dear family member. First, I learned one major lesson, if you live in another state then other people know your relatives way better than you because they get to see the day to […]