On the Maryland side of the Potomac you can walk from Harpers Ferry all the way up to Shepherdstown or further courtesy of the C&O Canal. On the West Virginia side things are a little more limited. But you can walk along the river a way. Which is what I did here, walking until I reached an old rubble dam … Continue reading Potomac Panorama
This is another spot that I photograph on a regular basis. This is where the Shenandoah (on the right) and The Potomac (on the left) meet and the Potomac then heads through the Blue Ridge Mountains and on towards DC. It’s also essentially where three states meet with Maryland on the left across and Virginia on the … Continue reading Sunrise On The Potomac
Okay, not actually the top of the world. The headline is a lie! But it did feel like it. I took another walk up to the top of Maryland Heights this morning. And for the first time there wasn’t any cloud cover there so I could actually see (well occasionally in-between all the trees at least). This shot is … Continue reading Made It, Ma. Top Of The World!
The Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, usually referred to as the C&O Canal runs parallel to the Potomac River from Cumberland, Maryland to Washington D.C. A length of around 184 miles. It operated for almost 100 years (from 1831 to 1924). It is now maintained as a National Historical park and makes an excellent walking/running/cycling route. This photo was taken … Continue reading Chesapeake and Ohio (C&O) Canal
There were a few LEGO mosaics at the event but naturally this one drew my attention. I can’t remember why though. The Silence by Pablo Ramirez (18)MarylandA Lego mosaic of the… the, uh…I forget what I’m looking at… Eoghann Irving Overly opinionated owner and author of eoghann.com. You can get updated on his posts directly on the … Continue reading BrickFair 2013 — LEGO Doctor Who — Silence Mosaic
Cunningham Falls State Park is a park in Maryland near Thurmont (a little to the south of Gettysburg). It’s a nice park with a lake and very pleasant for a day out and a picnic. It takes it’s name from a 78 foot cascading waterfall (apparently the largest cascading waterfall in Maryland). My photo shows the base of the waterfall Eoghann Irving … Continue reading Cunningham Falls