Do you want know a little something about one of Harford County’s hidden treasures? You’ve come to the right place.
The Jericho Covered Bridge is a Burr arch through truss wooden covered bridge near Jerusalem, Harford County and Kingsville, Baltimore County, in Maryland, and near historic Jerusalem Mill Village. The bridge was constructed in 1865 across the Little Gunpowder Falls. Renovations were made to the original bridge in 1937 and 1982 (editor’s note: more renovations are taking place in 2015). This bridge is 88 feet long and 14.7 feet wide and is open to traffic.
The Jericho Covered Bridge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.
There are also rumors the bridge is ‘haunted’ by the ghosts of civil war soldiers.
This bridge is an amazing sight to behold. I’m captivated by it every time I visit.
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If you’ve never been to downtown Baltimore before, City Hall can sometimes be tricky to find.
It’s a bit off the beaten path, away from the hustle and bustle of Harbor Place.
Fortunately, the golden dome is easy to spot from many downtown roadways.
On the morning that I took this picture, it had just snowed. The fresh coat gave City Hall a little extra “luster.”
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Being from Maryland, I may be a little biased, but I don’t think there’s any flower more beautiful than the Black-eyed Susan.
So imagine my delight when I stumbled upon a whole field full of them at Cylburn Arboretum in Baltimore City.
This photograph depicts a veritable sea of yellow Black-eyed Susans in all their glory.
This stunning capture would look magnificent in your home or office.
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This is a lovely photograph of the historic courthouse in downtown Towson, Maryland.
What really struck me as I took in the scenery were the bright red roses blooming along the walkway leading to the courthouse.
It was a somewhat cloudy day so I really wanted to bring out the clouds and the red flowers, while giving a more historic look to the courthouse itself.
The end result is above.
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