Yesterday, I went looking for things that I might normally think of photographing that would also might yield more interesting photos at different scales and angles. Taking my camera with me, I went for a walk around my sister’s suburban Baltimore, Maryland neighborhood. Maryland is a small state located in the mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. It is not a “Northern” state, but it was never part of the Confederacy during the Civil War. It sits on the border of the North and the South both literally and culturally.
The first photo is of a little stone path leading up to a rundown greenhouse.
Next, I zoomed in and got a little closer.
Ecologically, Baltimore is within the Chesapeake Bay watershed. The Chesapeake Bay is the largest estuary in the United States.
Yesterday, after taking these photographs, we headed over to the garden store to get seeds for this year’s garden.
To see more interpretations of the same theme go to the Weekly Photo Challenge.