A Sunday Afternoon in Annapolis
For another trip down memory lane from 20+ years ago, here are some images from the early 1990s when I attempted a bit of street photography on a Sunday afternoon in Annapolis, MD. The weather was overcast and on the cool side, but that did not discourage the crowds from hanging out around what is called the Town Slip – a small and sometimes very crowded dock area where visiting boats can tie up for the day. They also come for the Chesapeake Bay seafood that’s in abundance around the harbor area. Neither did the cool weather discourage the boaters, who crammed their yachts into the small harbor so they can hang out and be seen.
If I remember correctly, these were shot with a Nikon F3 and a 35-105mm zoom on T-Max 400 black and white film. Although I remember making prints of some of these, I’ve never shown these images anywhere before. I don’t do much photography like this these days, so it was interesting to assemble this small group of images.