In today's post we take another sharp-angled look at a portion of the Baltimore Inner Harbor.
Baltimore City has a number of very large public parks representing hundreds of acres, all within walking distance to residential communities.
The Howard Peter Rawlings Conservatory was established in 1888 as the "Druid Hill Conservatory" on the grounds of Druid Hill Park (established in 1860).
In many cities and towns around the globe there are certain buildings that have been photographed into near extinction. Well, that's stretching it quite a bit, but you get my meaning. The challenge then becomes one of creating a perspective that is different than most others. Such is the case with the glass-clad Legg Mason Tower in downtown Baltimore. It has been photographed from nearly every angle imaginable. In the shot below I used one of the most tried & true methods... of simply looking up.
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This image actually had a rising moon in the upper left corner, which I removed in Photoshop. It was really a distraction, something I never thought I would consider with a moon in the frame. :-)
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