White Marsh shopping mall, including some of its outriding strip shopping areas.
Johns Hopkins Bayview, my primary hospital. And, yes, the labyrinth is there.
An assortment of churches.
and a slightly different view of its dome.
St. Casimir's with its silver domes.
This church is a landmark on local marine maps.
This is St. Michael's, in Highlandtown. That is real gold on the domes.
Geckos is a Southwestern food restaurant near St. Michael's. Inside, there are a lot of different carved, painted, and plush lizards. No real preserved lizards, as far as I could see. The food is a little bit nouveau, and a bit pricy for me.
These three shots are of the same building. They vaguely resemble a building from the time of the Hanseatic League in Europe.
Part of an industrial site on the edge of town.
These are actually part of a sewage treatment plant. I have a friend who wants to sneak onsite some day and paint them as pysanky. But that would take more than three friends and a pail or two of paint. Here is a site with size information, and a better picture.
Fort McHenry. Francis Scott Key was being held prisoner on a ship in sight of the fort while the British bombarded it. The National Park Service has an official site.
One of Baltimore's many museums. I think this is the Museum of Modern Art, downtown.
This is the National Aquarium. The triangular bit on the top is a rain forest.
This is a pagoda in PAtterson Park, not far from St. Michael's.
This is a fairly typical set of rowhouses.
Next to a business supply store, there is a party supply store. This was taken near HAlloween.