February 2011 Sampler

by Jim on 2021/02/01

Hello, and welcome to the February 2011 Sampler. This will be brief, unlike the “January 2011 Sampler” essay, which I hope that you enjoyed, with its both quantity and variety of images.

I have only three images for you today, all from late in the month. Some of my images from that time are lost, a function of the chaotic time of my life that that was.

Tuesday, The 22nd

As seen in my “Snowy Bowie” post from that time, here is a parked CSX work train in the snow on the Popes Creek branch in Bowie, Maryland.

The Popes Creek line is a former Pennsylvania Railroad branch not far east of Washington, DC.

Friday, The 25th

Here, from my “Friday At The Key Bridge” post, is a view of the Watergate Complex, the Kennedy Center, and the Washington Monument from a building in Rosslyn, Virginia.

That is among the best images that I got in my six-month foray in the area.

Sunday, The 27th

I went, on Sunday, south of Baltimore, along the western bank of the Chesapeake Bay, and here is a shot in Pasadena on Springdale Road.

Note the ship in the distance.

That’s new and interesting.

That’s all.


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