This sits outside the building in which I have a studio.
our mayor and family
under the 29th street bridge
studio on falls road
The Baltimore Detention Center
At 27th and Sisson, artists lived in this venerable building until it was pulled down.
At 27th and Sisson, where the Sanitary laundry used to stand.
A rare siting of the elusive Baltimore pothole repair crew, on Loch Raven Boulevard.
The latest repainting of the Howard Street bridge nears completion.
Move over, Joe. Molly is moving in.
This fellow was the advertising slogan for National Bohemian beer. Although it is no longer brewed in town, he remains a symbol of civic pride.
Don't let them tell you it's in Parkville.
North of the Trolley Museum on Falls Road.
Someone dragged this chair under the Jones Falls Expressway to drink beer in comfort.
These "tiles" have appeared on pavements all over the world. This one is at Maryland and Chase.
This is in a cafe's garden in Remington.
These pre-renovation structures near the Hollins Market can be had for a song and a headache.
I can't tell you where this was. You had to have been led to it. It was dismantled before I could take a digital photograph of it.
This fellow is enjoying a cold beer at the water's edge.
This entryway is in Bolton Hill.
This was the site of the Chesapeake Cadillac dealership, torn down to build a Safeway at 24th and Charles.
In the shade. Do we really miss the summer so much?
Looking from Howard and 26th to Sisson Street.
This is Jim Pollack's house. The tree made of hubcaps stays up all year.
New Year's day on Mount Royal Avenue. Some wag has hung stockings on this sculpture.
The picnic pavillion in front of the Zoo's present entrance.
Looking south Charles Street at 22nd.
This 1896 library has been converted to a neighborhood learning center.
I live in such a classy zipcode, note the pink flamingos.
This homeowner has decorated his lawn with a plastic fireplace rescued from his neighbor's bulk trash pick up.
This gem is in a neighborhood called Wyndhurst.
Annabelle resides at the J-Mar Stables in Baltimore County.
The American Visionary Art Museum believes.
This old mews has been restored. It looks as if artists occupy it.