Getting Out and Shooting Again
So, last week I woke up early and took a trip to beautiful downtown historic Ellicott City. I had actually lived in this same neck of the woods 40 years ago and I knew that Old Ellicott City had a charm that includes history, art and architecture, nature and food. The streets are hilly but you never know what kind of cool shop you'll stumble upon. I am just dying to explore this cool, old Fireman's museum.
There is also the oldest surviving train station that I'm dying to share with my grandsons.
And oh, I had forgotten how much I missed fine dining until I saw this charming place.
As I strolled down the hilly Main Street, I discovered a lovely natural area. The website claims this is the valley of the Tiber and Patapsco Rivers. I am sure that is what makes it such a charming place.
As a new Maryland resident I am really looking forward to spending a lot of time getting to re-acquaint myself with this area but as a responsible quarantiner, I'll have to enjoy the brief photo trips to keep myself creative and remember what a big, beautiful world we live in. This last image shows the new world we live in - be safe and careful out there, friends! And keep on shooting!