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Tuesday, April 28, 2015


As the weather gets warmer with each passing day the number and variety of buskers increases and practically every time I take a walk around the Inner Harbour Causeway I see a new entertainer. Pictured here is Pancho, a juggler from Uruguay. He spends our winters there and comes up here for our summer. Pancho is a very talented juggler with an appealing act. It's positively mesmerizing to watch him make that crystal ball dance.

Monday, April 27, 2015


Fern wasn't the only person watching Saturday afternoon's dramatic cloud show after the rainy morning. Comfortably seated on the convenient mushroom lamps, this pair also enjoyed the show on the Inner Harbour Causeway.

Sunday, April 26, 2015


Saturday was one of those days that whenever you looked up the sky was doing something amazing. - Fern

Saturday, April 25, 2015

John Gao

Not all of the city's Chinese heritage is in Chinatown. Today's photo is of busker John Gao who plays traditional Chinese instruments, dizi and erhu (flute and violin), and provides contemporary western as well as Chinese music on the Inner Harbour Causeway.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Chinese Public School

Here's another favorite heritage building, this one in Chinatown. It's the Chinese Public School on Fisgard Street that opened in 1909. This building always looks good but especially so at this time of year when nearby trees are in bloom. There's an interesting article
on this school here.