Trees are pretty common subjects for outdoor photography either as the star or in a supporting role. They have a certain majestic feel to them that has me constantly on the lookout for those that may fit well in a scene.
The Baltimore Harbor has been a historic seaport since the early 1700s when it was used as a point of entry for the tobacco trade. In 1729 the Carroll Family made available the tract of land now known as the Baltimore Inner Harbor, naming it Baltimore Town, in honor of the 2nd Baron of Baltimore, Cecil Calvert.
Yes, it is still quite warm in the Mid Atlantic Region but make no mistake, the waning days of summer have begun. I can see it in certain trees whose foliage has already begun the transformation from it's lush summer appearance. It's that time of year where you may find yourself with mixed feelings.
The image in this post features another Winter sundown similar to this frigid scene previously posted from my trek to a nearby pond.