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Melted Angel

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Detail of a local abandoned cabin
Central Maryland — September 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Sonnar 50/1.5 ZM
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

Lazy Day On The Water

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Aboard the Patriot
St. Michaels Maryland — July 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Voigtländer Ultron 21/1.8 ASPH II
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

Roadside Attractions

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Daylilies on my way home
Central Maryland — July 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Voigtländer Ultron 21/1.8 ASPH II
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

Humid Morning On The Water

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Sailboats at the Annapolis Yacht Club
Annapolis, Maryland — June 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Voigtländer Ultron 21/1.8 ASPH II
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

It’ll All Be Gone In The End

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Inside the lighthouse
Point Lookout, Maryland — August 2015
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Voigtländer Ultron 21/1.8 ASPH II
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

Cruising Up The Miles River

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Aboard the Patriot
St. Michaels, Maryland — July 2016
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Voigtländer Heliar 15/4.5 ASPH III
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

Warp Drive

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Metro leaving the station
Washington, DC — August 2014
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Voigtländer Heliar 15/4.5 ASPH III
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

The Washington Metro system has always been a favorite of mine, from the time it opened back 1976 to the present, through good times and bad.  I remember as a teenager seeing the coach doors swish open for the first time and thinking that the era of Star Trek had truly arrived, as everything was shiny and new and the architecture looked like something out of a sci-fi movie.

To this day I still like buying a ticket and wandering the length of the Metro system, looking for cool photo opportunities.

How The Mighty Have Fallen

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The America’s Cup on display at the annual sailboat show
Annapolis, Maryland — October 2015
Zeiss Ikon ZM + Zeiss Sonnar 50/1.5 ZM
Eastman Double-X (5222) + Diafine (stock) 3+3

This trophy once represented the very pinnacle of American pride, ingenuity, and sportsmanship — the America’s Cup sailboat race.  At one time, it represented the longest winning streak in the history of all sports, as it was successfully defended by the New York Yacht Club (NYYC) for 126-years — from 1857 to 1983. Continue Reading →