Painting, Maryland State House, Annapolis, MD. The Landing of the Maryland Colonists from the Ark & the Dove, St. Clements Island, March 25, 1634. By Peter Egeli, c. 1975. On loan to the state from the Steuart Investment Company.
This painting hangs in the Maryland State House. I’m not sure what it depicts but I am fairly certain it pertains to either the American Revolution or perhaps the War of 1812. Note that the ship on the right is fly the Union Jack. If anybody can identify this work of art, I’d be most grateful! Jez Braithwaite’s Water Water Everywhere challenge.
This is a real-life contribution to Jez’s Water Water Everywhere challenge. This photo was taken just a few minutes after sunrise. I’m very proud of the photographs that came to life in this series. You are looking at College Creek – one of my most favorite spots in all of Annapolis. I come by here at least once a week, usually because we are trying to shed llll
This mural can be found right off of Church Circle in Annapolis. I did a quick Google search on “Bond Bread Annapolis” and retrieved a Wikipedia article about a Bond Bread factory that was on Georgia Ave NW in Washington, DC. I’m assuming they are the same.
For now, this is my final entry for Mural a Day. I’ll be on the lookout for more groovy murals, graffiti, and such. Happy New Year!