This is going to be a challenge to show you my walk about in just a few photos as I ended up with a number of beauties. I first headed towards Annapolis with an overlook at the World World II Memorial. A walking history tribute to the 6,454 Marylander’s who lost their lives in the war. With their names written on 20 granite stones. They will always be remembered.
The snow was falling hard enough that I couldn’t see Annapolis on the other side of the river.
A quick stop under the Severn River Bridge, officially known as the Pearl Harbor Bridge in Jonas Green Park to get a duck’s eye view of the bridge.
A scenic stop at Annapolis harbor, better known as Ego Alley.
Where this Ring-billed Gull flew in to see if I had any food for him.
All sorts of nautical things caught my eye.
And the thought of grabbing this cute scooter and throwing it into my truck was hard to resist.
I stopped by the National Cemetery to give my respects to this Civil War soldier left cold in the snow.
Of course, no walk-about in the snow is complete until a country barn is found.
It just kept snowing and snowing and the morning was getting long. Time to get to the ponies and get their exercise in. It was a great walk-about in the snow even though it doesn’t look like it will last long.
Canon 7d, 24-105mm L. Adjustments in Lightroom and Nik Color Efex Pro.