Photography: Fells Point, Baltimore, MD 4/30/22

If you’ve been following this site over the past week or so, you might recall that I went down to Baltimore to visit a family member. While in town, I went to the Guinness Open Gate Brewery. (That shouldn’t be surprising, if you really know me.) I checked out some of Baltimore’s most Instagrammable sites. I covered a show at Ottobar, one of the city’s most beloved indie venues. (More on that later) And I had some fantastic food.

So after the show at Ottobar, I wound up heading to Fells Point again — with the hopes of a post show drink or three. Sadly, the drink never happened. Much like the West Village and East Village, Fells Point isn’t the neighborhood to go to when you’re in your 40s. True story y’all: I walked someone and overheard them say to their friend that they were 23 — 23! I could be their father. Also, there were so many drunk kids. It was kind of funny. But as always, I find a way to take pictures whether with my cameras or with my iPhone.

Caption: Turn To Clear Vision. This was on binoculars on one of the Fells Point piers. Even if I didn’t have a drink, it was a gorgeous night out among locals.
Caption: The Sound Garden Record Shop, Fells Point, Baltimore, MD. The Sound Garden happened to be on a list of 38 of Baltimore’s most Instagrammable places. When I passed by, I think it was closed. The next time, I’m around, I’ll have to stop by and check out their offerings.
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