Wordless Wednesday: Orpheus at Fort McHenry

Read more about this Greek God in Baltimore, Maryland, here.

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  1. Thank you, Sandy. This is great!
    Happy WW.
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  2. Anonymous9:31 AM

    I did read all about the god of song. Thank you for the little history lesson.

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  3. Anonymous9:46 AM

    This is beautiful!

    Happy WW and enjoy the rest of the week.

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  4. Great shot. Another wonderful WW (or WT) entry!

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  5. I am so enjoying you bringing MD to me, I do miss my home state.

    Peace.

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  6. Anonymous11:24 AM

    Wonderful photo. Happy WW on Tuesday to you...

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  7. Anonymous11:37 AM

    cool shot!
    happy WW

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  8. Anonymous11:43 AM

    wow, this is great!! What beautiful color.

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  9. Nice angle on the shot, Sandy.

    For some reason I couldn't view your blog yesterday ....

    Happy WW

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  10. Oh, I love the weathered sculpted man!

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  11. It's beautiful. Thanks for sharing. Hapyy WW!

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  12. Nice picture! Happy ww!

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  13. Great shot...Happy Wordless!

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  14. What a great captured...its beautiful.

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  15. Anonymous5:21 PM

    Happy WW. Have a nice day. :-)

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  16. Wow! Cool! I never get out.

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  17. Cool photo Sandy! Good WW to you!

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  18. Anonymous7:16 PM

    Thats interesting!

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  19. Awesome. There is so much history out there. Most of us know so little. Thanks for sharing. Have a great WW. :)

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  20. Anonymous7:44 PM

    Great history facts! Happy WW!

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  21. Beautiful! thanks for sharing! happy WW!

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  22. Great image! I haven't seen this one, I'll have to check it out next time I'm in Baltimore.

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  23. wow! that's a great one, keep it up!!!

    here is mine:
    Wordless...
    Wordless...
    Happy WW!

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  24. Interesting story. I have been through the Ft. Henry Tunnel dozens of times I never thought to stop. I just might the next time.

    Have a Fabulous Wednesday!

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  25. Interesting! Happy WW.

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  26. He looks like he is ready for battle:) Great pic. Happy WW and thanks for stopping by. Its always great to see you:)

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  27. Wow, another awesome awesome shot!!

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  28. Anonymous11:57 PM

    You've got a great choice here... Pretty cool!... Thanks for visiting mine!... Have a nice day!...c",)

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  29. Anonymous1:55 AM

    What a great photo

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  30. Anonymous2:57 AM

    Wonderful share for today’s ww!

    Thanks for visiting earlier.

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  31. Interesting choice...I enjoyed the post too.

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  32. I've been to Ft. McHenry...must have missed this fella. Happy WW!

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  33. Fabulous picture!
    Happy WW!

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  34. nice and beautiful :)

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  35. Anonymous11:13 AM

    Very majestic - great shot.

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  36. Anonymous11:27 AM

    I would have wondered what Orpheus was doing in Baltimore, so thanks for the info link. Thanks for the visit and your comments.

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  37. Hello, thank you for your visit. I will come and spend some time here. Come back and visit again.

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  38. Anonymous2:00 PM

    Gorgeous shot as usual!

    Happy WW!

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  39. Very interesting, I don't know much about the Greek gods, but I enjoy learning more!! Happy WW :P

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  40. Old Statues are amazing aren't they

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  41. Anonymous4:46 PM

    What a proud looking statue! :-))

    Happy WW!

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  42. That is a wonderful shot - Happy WW! :)

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  43. Anonymous5:00 PM

    Great shot! My friend who loves greek gods will like this!

    Happy WW

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  44. Egads! Fort McHenry! Where a young lawyer, watching the Congreve rockets sore over the ramparts past the old flag, put pen to the back of an envelope and later, the words were set to an Irish drinking song, Anacreon in Heaven...

    ...but as a British soldier in War of 1812 re-enacting, I can't be TOO happy about the battle there! :)

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  45. Excellent capture

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  46. I would suggest a good shower to clean his back, lol !

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  47. I love your photos! Another great WW!

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  48. Anonymous12:19 AM

    Wow, that is a fabulous statue. I would love to see it in person.

    Happy WW

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  49. Anonymous3:58 AM

    This is beautiful,Sandy. Thanks for sharing it. Hope I will be able to see the real statue one day (=

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  50. Hi Sandy, thank you for visiting my blog and leaving such a nice comment :-)

    Your picture is great, too, I love statues a lot!

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  51. I like that statue very much. I Like the way you photographed it, too. You never hear the rest of the story about the statue.

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