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At the Birth of Our Country

Sherwood Episcopal Chruch in Cockeysville, MD, was founded in 1850. Some of the gravestones show birth dates in the 1760's. So some of these members were alive at the birth of the United States. Learn more at http://sherwood.episcopalmaryland.org

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Architecture photography first developed from the need to document buildings. It has, however, developed into its own very broad photography genre. You can decide to take the traditional approach and photograph an impressive building from its thoughtfully designed facades. Government buildings, museums, famous landmarks (think, for example, of pyramids or lighthouses) or old stately buildings are good picks for this style. You can also opt to show us a different perspective of a building. A window cleaner on ropes tells us the story of a tall skyscraper - and bravery. Well framed lines of escalators and walkways also tell a story of architecture. Interiors of buildings, cityscapes, and other man-made structures such as bridges, airports, dams, windmills, and highways all slot into this genre too. Go and explore the beautiful interiors and exteriors that were built by so many people of whom we do not even think of today. The architecture of our surroundings may have started as a sketch on a napkin, but now they are the facades and skylines that make up our surroundings and reality each day. These structures definitely deserve their own beautiful album!


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