MOONLIGHT OVER THE ANNAPOLIS STATE HOUSE LOOKING SOUTH IN 1860
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“Annapolis has the good fortune to have survived the American trait of tearing down the old and building new. Little has changed since sailing vessels transported its people and goods up and down the coast of the Chesapeake Bay and beyond. The Statehouse stands sentinel on a hill, surrounded by buildings of lesser scale, much as St. Paul’s Cathedral in London. To obtain the view I was envisioning, I finally had to resort to the use of a helicopter to verify the positioning of the Statehouse relative to the harbor. What resulted was a view across Dickensian-looking rooftops with the harbor in the middle distance.” – John Stobart