Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Bridge
Fog shrouds the eastern end of Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge, Maryland
On a Clear Day
Twenty-five cents gets you a close-up view of the sea on the pier at Ocean City, MD.
Bird's Eye View of Ocean City
The beach stretches to the horizon in this bird's eye view of Ocean City and its pier amusement park.
The Ocean City Beach Patrol practices semaphore in their sandy office.
An Ocean City lifeguard, transfixed on his duties, seems oblivious to the commotion over his shoulder.
The sun rises at the Firefighter's Memorial on the boardwalk in Ocean City, MD.
A sunrise silhouettes the Firefighter's Memorial on the boardwalk in Ocean City, MD.
Fun in the Sun
The sun silhouette's the gateway to Ocean City's boardwalk.
The Land of Pleasant Living
Canada geese arrive to roost on Kent Island east of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
Water, water everywhere
Painters sign the water tower at Ocean City, Maryland, after painting it to resemble a beach ball.
Best Seat in the House
A lifeguard has the best seat in the house when the GEICO Skytypers soar overhead at the Ocean City Air Show.
A tall ship sails past Sandy Point Shoal Light, a brick three-story lighthouse erected in 1883. The lighthouse lies about a half mile north of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge.
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Eagle passes the Pride of Baltimore II near Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, MD.
A powerboat passes under Maryland's Chesapeake Bay Bridge in a heavy sunlit fog.
Beautiful since 1873
The Point of Rocks train station, designed by E. Francis Baldwin, is at the junction of the B&O Old Main Line (running to Baltimore) on the left and the Metropolitan Branch (running to Washington, D.C.) on the right.
Point of Rocks
Two rails diverged in a wood. Point of Rocks, MD.