There are few Baltimore landmarks as iconic as the Domino Sugar sign that overlooks the Inner Harbor.
I caught this spectacular angle while out with my kids on an Urban Pirates cruise around the harbor.
This is likely one of the most-photographed landmarks in Baltimore City…but the “colorsplash” effect on this one makes this an incredibly unique capture.
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A colorsplash look at the spire high atop St. Peter’s Roman Catholic Church in historic Harpers Ferry, West Virginia.
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This photo of a tree at Baltimore’s Sherwood Gardens needed a little something.
The pink in the photo was just crying out for attention, so I made this a colorsplash shot.
I really like the contrast between the pink flowers and the rest of the shot. It makes for a striking capture.
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So many photographer’s take pictures of the Baltimore skyline FROM Federal Hill, it’s occasionally refreshing to see a picture OF Federal Hill.
Here, we see Federal Hill on the distant side of the harbor on a beautiful summer day in Baltimore.
I chose to publish this photo both in full color and in colorsplash, accentuating the red in the iconic “Chesapeake” boat.
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During a recent trip to Boordy Vineyards here in Baltimore County, Maryland, I happened to stumble upon one of the rooms where they store and age their wines.
I loved the leading lines that their array of casks created as they sat there, lined up and waiting to be tapped.
It seemed fitting to bring out the red highlights in the room. I could almost taste the wine as I sat and lined up this exquisite shot.
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