February 16, 2015

#ThisIsBaltimore Instagram Update!

It’s been a tumultuous few days, and then I stayed up late to watch the SNL40 broadcast, so this is going to be a short post! And since I haven’t done an Instagram update recently, I thought this was a good time to do one.

The Train Station at the Maryland Institute College of Art. One of those spectacular snowfalls!image

The historic Homewood House at Johns Hopkins University. An excellent specimen of a window.image

The Hallway at Homewood Houseimage

Mid-day reflections on an old bank buildingimage

The Jones Falls, which runs through the center of Baltimore and is teeming with birds and wildlife.image

Stay tuned…image

10 S. Light Street. Formerly a bank building, but being converted to apartments. image

Roland Park Shopping Center – the oldest in the United States.image

Drive-by my newest favourite house in Baltimore. Can’t wait to find out its story.image

The obligatory Connor picture. His little pink tongue kills me.image

Let me know which image you like best!

18 comments:

  1. I hope all is well. And the city needs to give you The Key for your ceaseless support. #TeamMeg

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    1. Thanks! I have done some work for #LiveBaltimore!

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  2. Was it worth staying up to watch == Was it sad thinking about who wasn't there? I mean on SNL The really funny people are dead, may the rest in peace. I missed the audition tapes in its entirety and from what I saw I guess an audition that garners a call back could be even better??
    anyway, reading the wikipedia entry for Chey Chase was very educational as to the evolution of a writer. I like the subject of the first picture.

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    1. It was sad to see some people who were so talented and funny who are no longer with us. I almost cried when they showed "Jake & Elwood" singing.

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  3. Connor all the way!

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  4. Meg, I'm curious how the upper floors of the shopping center are used. What great condos they'd make!

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    1. They are used for offices. Real estate, therapists, etc.

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  5. Baltimore! Although Connor does have to be the favorite photo. So sweet.

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    1. Thanks. He's sweet. I've noticed that his bark is getting raspy these days.

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  6. great photos + connors pink tongue gets me, Ha xxpeggybraswelldesign.com

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  7. Connor is definitely my favorite photo of the bunch. What a sweet old pup.
    Kathleen

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  8. Well Connor of course, though I think you live in a most wonderful city Meg!
    xoxo
    Karena
    The Arts by Karena

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  9. Nika, formerly referred to as the Lab, formerly half mine is also getting on in dog years. I'm almost afraid to ask about her these days and it hurts to watch her try and lay down with her bad hip. But her eyes are still sparkly and though she seems to be going deaf she can hear a refrigerator door open from miles away. It's worrisome though, I understand.

    Xo J


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  10. Connor wins, paws down. I am looking forward to you telling us more about the beautiful brick house.

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