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Monday, October 27, 2003



Continuing my exploration of photography in bad weather, I walked out on the Tide Point promenade in steady rain this evening to make a photo. I set my camera down on the wet wooden deck to capture the Baltimore skyline reflected in the thin film of water on the promenade planks. The low rain clouds, underlit by the nightglow, topped the scene in a painterly way. The security guard thought I was crazy crawling on my hands and knees in the rain. (Click the photo above to see a large version of the craziness.) If you're a longtime reader of curiousLee you might realize that the old masthead is made from a similar photo flipped 180 degrees. After making the photo, I was off to breastfeeding class.

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This is amazing! This is NOT how I picture our fair city...

Posted by: Betsy at Oct 28, 2003 7:59:03 PM

This is absolutely my new favorite photo of our Baltimore...thanks for sharing!

Posted by: Foofer at Nov 10, 2003 8:04:13 PM

Great shot! Love it! I was just sitting here feeling frustrated with my printer problem and I went to Google and I thought and then typed google me! and I'm impressed with what I found.

Posted by: Lorayne at Jan 16, 2004 7:34:05 PM