Below: random signage
Brought to us by Alive and Trekking, this is my contribution to the Which Way Photo Challenge
The bridge in the background of this photo allows the driver to cross Weems Creek and drive westerly into downtown Annapolis. The photo was taken from a smaller bridge on Ridgely Avenue that crosses Weems Creeks just a little bit north from the larger bridge. I like how the pier gets smaller the closer one gets to the boat. You can see how calm the water is.
Signs I’ve collected since the last Which Way Photo Challenge!
Signage – “Sign, sign, everywhere a sign!”
The Which Way Photo Challenge is hosted by Alive and Trekking.
This quaint drawbridge goes across Spa Creek and leads to Eastport.
I don’t want to seem preachy, but I thought the sign was a nice directional.
It is always a pleasure to participate in the Which Way Challenge, hosted by Alive & Trekking.
And there are even more prohibitions!
At left is the Maryland State Seal. The colony was founded in 1632 by a wave of King Charles I (the one who got his head chopped off by the Puritans). It was a proprietary colony given to George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore. The King graciously named the colony after his French-born wife, Henrietta Maria, known in England as Queen Mary. Lord Baltimore envisioned Maryland as a refuge for English Catholics, who faced some serious persecution in the Motherland.
Signage for Alive & Trekking’s Which Way Challenge
This path can be found on the campus of Saint John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland.
This bucolic path can be found at Truxtun Park, also in Annapolis.
Next week, I will treat the word “NO.”