Of course, today, just after Hanna blew through, is about as gorgeous day as you could imagine. The humidity's half of what it was yesterday, the sky's a clear blue and the temps are in the low 70's. This is a bee in my garden on my mint plants.
I went to a posh dinner party last night and on the way, I stopped to take some photos along the Harbour. Between the bands of the storm, we'd get brief periods of brilliant sun, and then you'd see black clouds in the distance.
The docks where I took these pictures is at the end of the street where I lived for 10 years. I used to catch the water-taxi to work from here. The big ship on the left has come in from South America to deliver raw sugar to the Domino Sugar refinery. You can sometimes smell the molasses from processing the sugar, and the building's so large that it blocks the wind when we're sailing. We call it the Domino Effect.
You can see what a beautiful day it is here in Baltimore today and if you click the picture, you should be able to see a short video of the fly-over before the Ravens' game.
Thanks for all of your good wishes during the storm and your commiseration that we didn't have the Pigtown Festival yesterday.