Sunday, February 22, 2009

Federal Hill BCC Mentor Event

Saturday, I met about 15 members of the Baltimore Camera Club at the top of Federal Hill for a mentor event where more experienced members of the club assist others with their shooting skills. It was a pretty cold morning and a cloudless sky. In between assisting others I made some shots on the hill. Then we walked south toward the Cross Street Market, looking for interesting images along the way. We found an old carriage house behind a row of town houses, the buildings are from the late 1800's and I can just image their purpose in that time. A neighborhood resident passed us and stopped to inquire what we were doing, when he did we inquired about the stucture and he said there was a rumor they were used for the A-rabbers horses, but then he said not, so we didn't ever find out the whole story but I was intrigued with the place and we made some images there.
We then found a very old church with interesting iron work, and brass door fittings.
We then met up with the rest of the group for some coffee and donuts at Dunkin Donuts on S. Charles Street. Everyone had a good time.

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