Against this glitzy backdrop is another story—the persistent charms of a city that retains a high percentage of its native sons and daughters. Baltimore is quilted from 233 distinct neighborhoods that provide a deep sense of community that is lacking in modern suburban America. The city is equally blessed with numerous institutions dedicated to the invigoration of mind, body and soul. Mix in a thriving arts community, rich sporting traditions, countless architectural gems, great recreation and proximity to pastoral countryside and the Chesapeake Bay, and you have a great American city.
Local photographer Middleton Evans, a 1982 graduate of McDonogh School, knows this older Baltimore well, having grown up in Homeland. For Hometown Baltimore, he combines a lifetime of living in Baltimore, twenty years of photographing the city and a passion for creating inspiring photographs that celebrate the human spirit and honor God’s magnificent creation. This multi-faceted collection of 350 photographs captures the heart and soul of Baltimore for a lifetime of enjoyable viewing.
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