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Tuesday, 23 August 2016

Maryland's State House Annapolis


Annapolis is such a pretty city to walk around and explore the sights.  This looks towards the State House
In summer the trees almost cover it apart from the dome



We picked the wrong time to visit as the sun was directly overhead

The circle you see above makes up the memorial to one of Maryland's famous lawyers, Thurgood Marshall, seen below.


Joining Tom today for Tuesday's Treasures HERE

Thanks for your visit!

16 comments:

  1. Christine, great images of America's rich historical treasures. This is yet another area that I should visit, thanks for the tour. I appreciate that you joined in this week, please come again.

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  2. Beautiful pictures. I've been there many times. Before moving I lived not that far from there in Ellicott City.

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  3. Wonderful shots. I agree, it's a very pretty town and the downtown area is so walkable.

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  4. Fantastic shots! It does look like you can spend lots of time walking around and seeing the sights.

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  5. Your photos are so nice. I would love to visit there.

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  6. I love the old buildings and narrow street!!

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  7. Belas fotografias, gostei de ver.
    Um abraço e boa semana.
    Andarilhar

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  8. he state house is impressive, Equaul justice ii is very important in current world,

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  9. I love the different blues in the skies of these photos Christine, and the architecture is stunning! Lovely shots. - Tasha

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  10. Great pics of an area I don't know at all! Thanks for the tour.

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  11. You're a really great photographer!
    Maggie x

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  12. Those skies add some great drama to your photos!

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  13. It is lovely! I have been to Maryland many times, but never got a chance to visit Annapolis.

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  14. Great pictures.It is interesting to see the architecture.

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  15. Looks like a very pretty adn interesting place to visit.

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  16. Very nice pictures, a good glimpse of something i have never seen.

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