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Calm Reflections Photography shares beautiful photographs that can be placed on mugs, mouse pads, canvas, puzzles, T-shirts, coasters and prints. Joanna Macaulay makes souvenirs of St. Mary’s County for tourists and local residents. Information about St. Mary’s County attractions, travel, events and photography can be found at her site. She now does pet photography as well.

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Yucatan Mexico Trip February 3, 2018

We returned to Merida , our main trip destination and a good hub for exploring the Yucatan.  Many of the cities in Mexico now ...

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Autumn Memories

I was inspired by a camera club competion theme to photograph harvest pictures.  Here are some recent shots.

Historic  London Town, Annapolis

    Farm stand Annapolis Bay Ridge Rd


     Spider Hill Farm

     Lowes California MD (end of summer)

Thursday, October 13, 2016

Bald Eagles

A pair of eagles has been hanging around nearby lately.  Here are a few interesting poses.


     Rainy day feathers

     Something's up there.

     Ready for takeoff

     Bringing home the loot

Monday, October 10, 2016

My Photos on Display at the Community Bank Art Exhibit

Some of my photos will be on display as part of a Camera Club exhibit at the Community Bank of the Chesapeake through January 1st in an office.  

22730 Three Notch Rd
(north of Chipotle Restaurant)
California, MD 20619

Lobby Hours:
9:00 - 4:00 M-Th
9:00 - 6:00 F
9:00 - 12:00 Sa

Please stop by to see our work.

A reception will be held in November.

Friday, October 7, 2016

Annapolis, An Unexpected Visit

When a boat with trailer we purchased, was suddenly unsafe (smoking wheel bearing on one side of the trailer, tire and rim fell off on the other side), we ended up in Annapolis for the weekend.  We took the last room at the Navy Lodge and spent the day at Dock Street and Quiet Waters Park (to entertain our pet poodle).

Around Dock street, we met many dogs on the street and by the Federal House Bar and Grill.


Quiet waters has a shady off leash fenced park, where we met young Soka happily digging a hole.

Then we visited the park dog beach near sunset.