Public Nudity Not Permitted in Port Deposit No skinny dipping is allowed in the Susquehanna River, especially in the river town of Port Deposit. The proof is on the main street, which is complete with a stockade for those that can’t wear a swimsuit. Of course, this might be just a great prop for some…
Historic Waterfront Town on the Susquehanna River A photo assignment took me through historic Port Deposit, in Cecil County, Maryland. Fortunately, I had enough time to stop and explore some of the old town along the Susquehanna River. It’s always good to have some free time to enterprise and explore. More images from my stop…
At Fort McHenry, the USA Flag has 16 stars, one star for each of the 16 states that were part of the Union. While visiting the fort, I did get some images of the 16-star flag.
A big and bold Visit Baltimore sign certainly caught my eye while I was visiting the city on a photo assignment. The sign stands out among the downtown buildings.
The SeaMonster paddle boats were at the dock in the city’s Inner Harbor, making it relatively easy to create several images of the whimsical creatures. Popular among tourists, the boats are rented and allow a unique view of the waterway.
Story on 8 Ways to Land Free Shipping for Online Purchases An image created for online e-commerce was used from the George Sheldon image bank to feature a story by Money Talks News. The image shows a stack of packages delivered to a residential door. The actual news story is available here.
While visiting Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, I also was able to create several images of the 911 Memorial near the World Trade Center Building. The memorial includes actual steel girders from the buildings destroyed in New York City.
Despite the hot, direct summer sun, a homeless person was sleeping on a bench in the inner Harbor during the time I was in Baltimore on an assignment. As an editorial photographer, I cannot resist creating an image of such a subject. The image I was able to capture is here: The image was not…
A recent trip to Baltimore included a stop at Fort McHenry. While there, I documented General George Arnustead’s monument near the entrance of the Star Spangled Fort. More images from my visit will be available soon.
A photo of an Aldi Store by George Sheldon has been used by the website, Eat This, Not That. Photo credit was given to George Sheldon on the article located here.