If you followed this site or my various social channels over the past week or so, you might recall that I went down to Baltimore to visit a family member. And while in town:
- I stopped by Edgar Allan Poe’s grave. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-westminster-hall-and-burying-ground-baltimore-md-4-29-22/)
- I had some great food. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-baltimore-food/)
- Checked out some of Baltimore’s most Instagrammable sites. (https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-the-bromo-seltzer-arts-tower-baltimore-md-4-29-22/ and https://joyofviolentmovement.com/photography-graffiti-alley-baltimore-md/)
- I covered a show at Ottobar (more on that later. I’ve been furiously editing a bunch of photos.)
- And knowing me, I stopped at the Guinness Open Gate Brewery, just outside of town.
While I was heading to the Guinness Open Gate Brewery, I stumbled across some murals that caught my eye. The most gorgeous one, was a part of Bon Secours Community Works‘ garden. (There’s always a good reason to have a camera of some sort on you!)