Tommy Warshaw III's photos
I just received my new bowler hat today and couldn't just take a quick iPhone shot of it.
This was shot with my 5D Mark II. I then overlaid an image of a ferrotype (tintype) on top of it in Photoshop. I then went to Blending Options for the tin layer a…
Various signs attached to a light post on Stockholm St. just across the tracks from M&T Bank Stadium (home of the Baltimore Ravens).
A photo study of a fire hydrant at the corner of Warner St. and West Ostend St.
A railroad crossing sign casts a shadow on an abandoned warehouse building on Warner St.
Happy Springtime Sunday (I just made that up)!!!
A perennial vinca (not to be confused with the annual variety) also known as "creeping myrtle" or "periwinkle flower". In some areas it is considered an invasive species, but it seems to grow quite well in…
One of three varieties of azalea that are growing on my property. The other two are purplish and a deeper pink respectively.
Catherine Furnace Fence
Happy Fence Friday!!!
A view of the rail fence protecting the ruins of Catherine Furnace, a former pig iron mill. It was at Catherine Furnace that Lieutenant General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson began his daring flank march around the rear of Major Genera…
A beautiful set of daffodils make it hard to imagine the violence that occurred at this spot as Lieutenant General "Stonewall" Jackson's Confederate 2nd Corps (Army of Northern Virginia) slammed into the Major General Oliver Howard's XI Corps holding the…
...one horned, driving, purple fire pumper.
The wheel of a Ford/Bean pumper turned advertising platform for Bill Bateman's Bistro in Glen Burnie, MD.
A view of the pump panel on a former Ford/Bean fire engine turned advertising for Bill Bateman's Bistro in Glen Burnie, MD.
An old Ford/Bean pumper that now serves as an advertising platform for Bill Bateman's Bistro in Glen Burnie.
I added a bit of gaussian blur to draw the subject out a little more.
I don't often post iPhone photos here, but I wanted to put something up for Thirsty Thursday. I thought this was just the photo for that.
Enjoying a beer on my covered deck with a great breeze blowing.
A view of the breech end of a 10-pound Parrott rifle at the location of General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Hooker's headquarters on the Chancellorsville battlefield.
Nuthatch On A Parrott
A tiny red-breasted nuthatch makes its perch on a 10-pound Parrott rifle marking the headquarters of Union Major General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Hooker during the battle of Chancellorsville in April-May of 1863.
The Safer End
The rear end of a 3 inch Ordnance rifle near the remains of the Chancellor House on the Chancellorsville battlefield.
I had been on an extended hiatus from flickr (and picture taking) with March having been a crazy month. I'm getting back into the swing…
A 3 inch Ordnance rifle and a 10-pound Parrot rifle mark Federal artillery positions near the remains of the Chancellor House where Union Major General Joseph "Fighting Joe" Hooker had his headquarters during the Battle of Chancellorsville.
Taking A Break
A member of the 23rd Virginia Infantry takes a break in his tent at the 2013 Military Through the Ages event at the Jamestown Settlement in Williamsburg, VA.
Royal Irish Rifles
A member of the WWI-era 2nd Royal Irish Rifles at the 2013 Military Through the Ages event at the Jamestown Settlement in Williamsburg, VA.