Welcome back, everyone! One of the benefits of living in close proximity to major waterways that lead to the ocean, are the countless scenes of beauty. Today we focus on a canal in downtown Baltimore. It is flanked by East and West Falls Avenue and it connects to the inner harbor, which in fact, is a part of the Patapsco River. What was once a heavily industrialized area with a skyline full of cranes to load and unload ships, has been transformed over the years to hotels, offices and living spaces.
The image taken below looks southward toward the harbor. In the background you can see one of the many bridges that connect the entire perimeter of the inner harbor area, allowing pedestrians to walk from one side to the other, although that walk is quite a distance.
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The sun was dropping quickly on this early Fall evening and this area had become heavily shaded, which added a very soft lighting situation.
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