There is tension in the air
It stifles the holiday cheer
The lights are bright
But the chants are louder
“We can’t breathe!”
Monument lighting ceremony
protesters all over the streets. they chanted ‘hands up – don’t shoot!’ and ‘we can’t breathe’ as they marched
heavy police presence
Artscape is America’s largest free arts festival – attracting 350,000+ visitors over 3 days (www.artscape.org). Right here in Baltimore, and literally just blocks from my apartment. 🙂
aerial performances were breathtaking
this weekend’s weather is perfect for artscape. wonderful!
lots and lots of people. Enjoyed the sky too – love fluffy clouds
car art – totally enjoyed these
yes, those are bottle tops. ~10,000 of them
~28,750 pennies and nickels
a closer look on the money car
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colorful disposable plates
north charles street
ferris wheels make me happy, especially when they are lit up
Gotta love this city…
A view of Baltimore’s inner harbor and surrounding areas from an airplane window.
Walked by the Farmer’s Market on Saratoga St on my way to church this morning. It may be the second day of winter season but the 60F weather made it feel almost like summer time. I also spotted several tents planted around the market area. No doubt that homelessness is a problem in this city.
This is Charles Plaza. I often walk past this place on my way from school. It’s very pretty now with all the holiday decorations.
In the past week I have probably seen more snow than I have in the entire 2.5 years that I have lived in Baltimore. I took these photos from my friend’s porch in Parkville.
Way to go Baltimore!!! This cool and creative crosswalk is located at the intersection of Eutaw and Fayette St. My friend Joe Vandigo took the first picture, and I took the second one.
Recently, I had a rare opportunity to experience luxurious views of Baltimore from the Ritz Carlton Residences along Key Highway. It was a beautiful, sunny, and memorable day indeed!