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I have a fascination for architecture. When I used to ride the public transportation to my downtown job and back, I loved laying my head against the window and staring up at all the gargoyles on the old Baltimore buildings. So much texture and history and diversity in the buildings we see. Here’s a smidge of the pictures I’ve taken of buildings I’ve seen in Easton and Denton, Maryland.

The skylight in the soda fountain restaurant at Hill’s drugstore in Easton, Maryland.

Old barnwood buildings on Architecture on

A farm outbuilding in Denton, Maryland.

A hunter's garage architectural shots on

A garage in Denton, Maryland.

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The Talbot Bank in Easton, Maryland.

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An abandoned house in Denton, Maryland.

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A house being renovated in Denton, Maryland.

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A Shop building in Easton, Maryland.

Denton schoolhouse is now the Culinary school on Architectural shts on

When I attended the Chesapeake Culinary Center in Denton, Maryland’s ribbon cutting

and  my new logo design was on the cookies! Have a lovely weekend

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  1. I love looking at building details too – so interesting! Thanks for this tour of interesting peeks – I love the shop building colours and ornament, and the mood of the abandoned house.

    1. I am such a sucker Dawn for old building details. I stare at it and wish it were valued more. My house is old but was stripped of everything. I add back in what I can. Like an old metal bathroom cabinet and vintage light fixtures. Thanks!!!

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