Snow, Historic Buildings and Grey Winter Skies In Annapolis Maryland

January 06, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

After The Morning Snow
 

As Tuesday's morning snow fell in Annapolis it was a challenge just keeping my lens clear being that the wind direction changed from minute to minute and I could not seem to keep it on my back so too speak while taking pictures.
 

Finally when the snow stopped falling the light conditions became yet another challenge as the grey wintery skies languished overhead. On the other hand the opportunity to capture snowy landscapes and historic buildings as soon as possible was important as well so I set off on a walk through the Historic District in order to do so.
 

The following slide show is comprised of a dozen or so photographs taken Tuesday afternoon featuring buildings, as well as residences, built in the early 1700's and up to the late 1800's, each of them constructed primarily of brick and accented by the recently fallen snow - hence the title of this journal entry.
 

Note: use the pause and continuation button, available when you position your mouse or track pad pointer on an individual slide show photograph, to freeze the presentation or to navigate back and forth in the series. Enjoy

 


Until the next snowfall then,
 

G J Gibson


Gallery Note: currently the photographs featured on this post are not on display in the main gallery
Images and Article Copyright ©2014 G J Gibson Photography LLC


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