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  1. on the horizon

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  2. On top of the world #vscocam #vsco #silverlining #blackandwhite #bw #baltimore #md

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  3. see through the ruin #vscocam #vsco #baltimore #md

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  4. Charm City #baltimore #md #vsco #vscocam #blackandwhite #bw @baltimoresun

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  5. A Day of Small Things #vscocam #vsco #patapsco #md #iphone #nature (at Patapsco State Park)

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  6. This Is where you can reach me #vscocam #vsco #iphone (at Patapsco State Park)

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  7. WWII #vscocam #vsco #baltimore #md #fishglue #iphone

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  8. E. Lexington #baltimore #md #hyperlapse #iphone #blackandwhite

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  9. The Battle Monument #baltimore #md #FtMcHenry #HeritageWalk #vscocam #vsco #blackandwhite The Battle Monument, located in Battle Monument Square on North Calvert Street between East Fayette and East Lexington Streets in Baltimore, Maryland, commemorates the Battle of Baltimore with the British fleet’s bombardment of Fort McHenry, the Battle of North Point, southeast of the city in Baltimore County on the Patapsco Neck peninsula and the stand-off on the eastern siege fortifications along Loudenschlager’s Hill (later Hampstead Hill, in what is now Patterson Park, east of town. It honors those who died during the month of September 1814 during the War of 1812. The monument lies in the middle of the street and is between the two Baltimore City Circuit Courthouses that are located on the opposite sides of Calvert Street. It was sponsored by the City and the “Committee of Vigilance and Safety” led by Mayor Edward Johnson and military commanders: Brig. Gen. John Stricker, Maj. Gen. Samuel Smith and Lt. Col. George Armistead (of Ft. McHenry). (at Battle Monument)

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