Panoramas

Panoramas

This collection features the most iconic "seens" of Baltimore and various landmarks. Each is available in a custom wide panorama format.

  1. "Winding Over" - Bay Bridge - Photo Burn

    "Winding Over" - Bay Bridge - Photo Burn

    "Winding Over", a stunning panorama view of the Bay Bridge from then new Photo Burn series.

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  2. "Warm Night Baltimore" - Photo Burn

    "Warm Night Baltimore" - Photo Burn

    A new panorama of the Baltimore skyline. Please note that this image is a good deal thinner than my usual panoramas.

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  3. "Under Armour at Tide Point" - Photo Burn

    "Under Armour at Tide Point" - Photo Burn

    Under Armour Tide from the new Photo Burn series

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  4. "Tide Point from Fell's" - Fell's Point

    "Tide Point from Fell's" - Fell's Point

    Located in Locust Point, a neighborhood rich in character and history, Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse, Inc. has transformed the former Procter & Gamble soap factory, circa 1929, into Tide Point, a 15-acre, 400,000 square foot corporate office campus.

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  5. "The Track at Sagamore" - Photo Burn

    "The Track at Sagamore" - Photo Burn

    The newest piece from the BURN Series, I was commissioned to create several pieces of Sagamore Farms. This is an image of one of their famous thoroughbreds taking a practice lap around their track.

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  6. "The Hampdens" - Hampden

    "The Hampdens" - Hampden

    This scene in Hampden was taken one summer night at about 10:30 pm. It's one of my favorite Baltimore Seens, it's never been a big seller though. Recently i renamed it "The Hampdens" and there seems to be a new interest in this image.

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  7. "The Emu"

    "The Emu"

    What can I say? Look at this bird. He wouldn't look away until this picture was taken. For such a large bird, he was quite the ham!


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  8. "The BMI" - Batimore Museum of Industry

    "The BMI" - Batimore Museum of Industry

    The Baltimore Museum of Industry was founded in 1977 as a project by the Mayor's office to preserve the industrial history of downtown Baltimore. Located in an old cannery, the museum has exhibits on various types of manufacturing and industry from the early 20th century. There are several hands-on sections with working equipment and other artifacts.

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  9. "Senator Theater" -  (Panorama)

    "Senator Theater" - (Panorama)

    The Senator Theatre, one of Baltimore's landmark theatres. Built in 1939 this Art Deco theater continues to operate as a single screen first run movie house. Listed on the national register of historic places and hosts world premiers by film makers including native sons Barry Levinson and John Waters. "Liberty Heights" premiered in November 1999.

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  10. "Seagirt" - Port of Baltimore

    "Seagirt" - Port of Baltimore

    The Seagirt Marine Terminal stands as a working monument to the innovative and progressive spirit of the Port of Baltimore.
    The Port of Baltimore is one of only two U.S. East Coast ports with both a 50-foot deep channel and 50-foot deep berth, allowing it to accommodate some of the largest container ships in the world.


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  11. "Pride In Fell's" - Fell's Point

    "Pride In Fell's" - Fell's Point

    "Pride In Fell's" - Fell's Point

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  12. "Pride In Baltimore" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    "Pride In Baltimore" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    Seen against the backdrop of Baltimore's skyline, Maryland's goodwill ambassador to the world, Pride II, is the world’s most traveled historic tall ship. This artwork depicts the Chesapeake Bay Schooner Races, Parade of Sail which passes through Baltimore's Inner Harbor.


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  13. "Patterson Pagoda" - Patterson Park

    "Patterson Pagoda" - Patterson Park

    The Pagoda, originally known as the Observation Tower, was built in 1891 by the Baltimore Parks Commission. It is an octagonal, sixty foot high, four-story observation tower. While known as the Pagoda because of its oriental architectural appearance, the design was intended to reflect the bold Victorian style of the day. From the hill one can view downtown, the suburbs, and the Baltimore harbor. State and local funds and a grant from the Maryland Historic Trust (a total of $430,000 from all sources), financed it's renovation which returned the pagoda to it's original splendor.

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  14. "Over On Thames" - Fell's Point

    "Over On Thames" - Fell's Point

    "Over On Thames" - Fell's Point

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  15. "Over Butcher's Hill" - Canton

    "Over Butcher's Hill" - Canton

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  16. "Opening Day" - Camden Yards

    "Opening Day" - Camden Yards

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  17. "Once Around" - Baltimore Inner Harbor
  18. "MICA Panorama" - Maryland Institute College Of Art
  19. "Light Street North" - Downtown Baltimore

    "Light Street North" - Downtown Baltimore

    Looking north on Light Street from Federal Hill at Key Highway, the Inner Harbor is on the right. In the distance is the Maryland Bank Building currently occupied by Bank of America. The Legg Mason Building is one of the tallest buildings in Baltimore

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  20. "Lady Maryland in the Channel"

    "Lady Maryland in the Channel"

    Lady Maryland is a 104-foot gaff-rigged, wood-hulled pungy topsail schooner. She is owned and operated by the Baltimore-based Living Classrooms Foundation and is used as an educational vessel.

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  21. "Inner Harbor Night" - Downtown Baltimore

    "Inner Harbor Night" - Downtown Baltimore

    This view from Federal Hill is done in a looser style than my others.(not as detailed) See also "Baltimore from Federal Hill"

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  22. "In the Channel" - Ft. McHenry

    "In the Channel" - Ft. McHenry

    A staple of Baltimore history, the sailboats in the bay passing by Ft. McHenry is one of the most serene moments you can witness.


    **NOTE: This image is available in SPECIAL sizes only.

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  23. "Hyatt View" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    "Hyatt View" - Baltimore Inner Harbor

    Baltimore's Inner Harbor from the Hyatt Regency Hotel

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  24. "Hopkins Dome" - Johns Hopkins

    "Hopkins Dome" - Johns Hopkins

    One of the landmarks of the Baltimore skyline is the beautiful victorian dome of the original Johns Hopkins Hospital Building built in 1889.

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  25. "Harbor East Approach" - Harbor East

    "Harbor East Approach" - Harbor East

    NEW WORK! The first of what will be a new collection of Harbor East images. Here is a shot of Harbor East from President Street. Featuring Kennedy Krieger Institute and Talara restaurant.


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  26. "Flag over the Fort" - Ft. McHenry

    "Flag over the Fort" - Ft. McHenry

    Famous battle grounds of the War of 1812. It was during the bombardment of the fort that Francis Scott Key was inspired to write "The Star-Spangled Banner," the US national anthem.

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  27. "Fell's Tugs Rainy Day" - Fell's Point

    "Fell's Tugs Rainy Day" - Fell's Point

    "Fell's Tugs Rainy Day" - Fell's Point

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  28. "Fell's Point Tugs" - Fell's Point

    "Fell's Point Tugs" - Fell's Point

    This scene says "Fell's Point" more than any other. The Moran Tugs boats have docked here for many years at the foot of Broadway next to the Broadway Rec Pier.

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  29. "Fell's Night" - Fell's Point

    "Fell's Night" - Fell's Point

    Night view of Fell's Point looking in from the end of the Broadway Wharf.

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  30. "Domino From Key" - Domino Sugar

    "Domino From Key" - Domino Sugar

    This scene is from right off of Key Highway. The ship is the decommissioned USCG Hornbeam, a 180 Iris Class Cutter, which was built in 1944 and used for buoy tending. It had been there for about two years, and people thought it was a Russian Mob Ship or CIA spy ship.


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