Friday, 26 August 2016

Around Annapolis



Some more shots from around Annapolis, State Circle, Maryland Ave. and Prince George street

Linking these with Skywatch Friday HERE


Maryland Ave has some really quaint stores



I caught this neat reflection shot of the shops across the street in this antique shop mirror
Sharing with James' Weekend Reflections HERE





This would be a fun way to explore!


 A mosaic as there were just too many photos of beautiful old homes!
Linking with Mosaic Monday


Linking with Jen for  Photo Friday  below
Pierced Wonderings


Thanks to all our hosts and thank you for visiting.

Have a fun weekend!

21 comments:

  1. love all these old homes...what a beautiful area annapolis is...i am going to have to add this to my places to visit! love that pink scooter! thanks for linking christine and have a great weekend!

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  2. Bonjour Christine,
    Toutes ces anciennes maisons sont vraiment magnifiques tu as bien fait de les photographier, car j'aime beaucoup :o)
    Belle journée, bisous !

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  3. Thanks for the wonderful tour.

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  4. beatuiful view. a wondeful town
    best regards
    susa

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  5. Hello, I love the cute homes and the scooter. Great tour and wonderful photos. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  6. Hi Christine.

    What a great place this is.
    Beautiful homes.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  7. looks like a beautiful places, with some really cute homes!! great captures, have a wonderful weekend!!!

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  8. Love the beautiful designs of the cute old homes. You have caught a lovely reflection of the building.

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  9. Amazing reflection shot. I would like a little scooter to try. I have a couple motorcycles, but the smaller version looks fun.

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  10. Nice old town and your pictures so it off beautifully.

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  11. Wonderful photos of all those old pristine homes. I love your reflection through the mirror in the antique shop. Great eye Christine!

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  12. What a beautiful place that is!

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  13. I admire your archtecture which is different rom ours but similar to British one

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  14. How wonderful! We have been talking about going to Annapolis again. We will wait for he crowds to die down a little as parking space is such a premium there. Yes it would be a great way to get around in that little Vespa, or better still find a bed and breakfast downtown so that we wouldn't need to use a car. Well Christine, I think you have sown some seeds :)

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  15. Looks like a great place to walk around. I love the buildings!

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  16. great place to visit. Love the buildings. I hope you have a lovely weekend.

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  17. Oh how lovely to see Annapolis this morning! We lived there (my Dad was in charge of communications at the Academy) in 1965 and 1966. I had my first job in a little art gallery on Maryland Ave. What an amazing place it is! Hope you went to the Chapel and other sights on the Academy as well as the town.

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