#Annapolis with #nofilter

CapitalToday’s blog post is a photo essay of the afternoon spent with my daughter in Annapolis. Even in this near 100 degree weather, the photos—all taken with my iPhone and with no filter—represent this city well…one of my favorite places on the planet. Annapolis is so near and dear to my heart, and my first novel entitled Beneath the Mimosa Tree, pays homage to my hometown. Many readers of the novel have told me that they felt as if Annapolis was another character in the novel, which is quite flattering, I have to say. My goal was to make you fall it love with it on the written page as much as if you got the chance to visit it yourself.

I hope you enjoy strolling the streets of Annapolis in this photo essay as much as I enjoyed my day with my daughter that included lunch, ice cream, shopping, and snapping some photos.

The locals call it Naptown, but I’ll always refer to it as my home.

TheLuckyKnot

Shopping4Alex&Ani

MarylandStuff

Shopping3

Shoppping2

ThePinkCrab

Shopping1

Circle

Harbor

AnnapolisHarbor

Sign&Flowers

StormBros

AnnapolisSummerGardenTheatre

sign

HatsintheBelfry

Kokopelli

MainStreet

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