I love taking photos of trick or treaters. My husband and I sit on our front steps with our dogs and hand out almost four hundred treats in a couple of hours. This little girl was holding onto her mother with one hand and had her bag of treats in the other.
A sycamore by moonlight in Patterson Park in East Baltimore.
This scene made me laugh and I hope you’ll enjoy it as well. They reminded me of little kids who just had to look.
Taken in Cambridge, Maryland USA
Taken one very hot summer night in Plymouth, Massachusetts. I lucked out capturing the lightning bolt as this was taken without long exposure or bulb.
I have no idea who does it but someone places signs like this in random locations on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. I saw another similar to this one over a year ago. When I got around to driving there to take the shot it was gone. This time I had to drive several miles to turn around and did so because I didn’t want to miss it. He/she posted two in this location so I have one more.
I try not to take shots of homeless individuals but this scene grabbed me, especially since the face was not involved.
I took this shot at Hampdenfest in Baltimore a few years ago. The timing of the balloon on her mother’s face was what caught my eye.
This man was standing in the street trying to cross. I waited until a vehicle I liked passed him. The white side of the fan provided nice contrast and highlighted him very well.
Tilghman Island, MD
Five years ago we installed three Osprey platforms in the cove on which we live. This is the fourth year for the same couple who arrive in mid-March, breed and raise their young before separating and flying to southern points unknown to us. The male arrives a few days before the female and readies the best for his mate’s arrival. I name them after a different tv sitcom each year. For example, last year they were the Barones from “Everybody Loves Raymond”. This year they’re “The Jetsons”.
Here we have George Jetson who arrived on a rainy and foggy March 21, 2022. Jane arrived three days later and is now nesting on her eggs. We look forward to the arrival of Judy and Elroy.
I was having difficulty sleeping so my husband and I went out for a shoot. Well, he drove and I hopped out along the way to take shots. There was a lot of mist in the air which made shapes much more dramatic against the black sky. I took this at 4am in the Harbor East area of Baltimore.