Excursion to Maryland

by | Jul 19, 2013 | Impressive Places, Stories & Expeditions | 2 comments

Of all the pictures I have ever taken, I can’t think of one single image that I have taken in the state of Maryland! That is, until a few weeks ago.

0329_Dickerson-Maryland-USA_Canon EOS 5D Mark II, 24 mm, 1-100 sec at f - 7.1, ISO 400

On a weekend excursion to the Normoyle’s home in Dickerson, MD, our families took a hike close to their home to a beautiful, little overlook in Sugarloaf Mountain Natural Area. It was while standing here, looking over the misty plane toward the Potomac River, that I began to search my memory for previous excursions to this tiny state. Nothing came to mind, and I still can’t think of any previous time, so even though it wasn’t a spectacular day for pictures, nor was their time for photography at the more dramatic hours of light, this excursion has a fond place in my memory of my first “real” visit to Maryland. Thank you, Normoyles, for inviting us over!

2 Comments

  1. Sarah

    This James is a GREAT example and a reminder of capturing family memories while still enjoying photography! Which is very important! Many times I look back at the pictures I have taken and as I start to admire the beauty in the landscapes I then realize all of the memories that I have forgotten to capture with family and friends!

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