Northern Maryland photographer: Chesapeake Bay ‘more solidly frozen than I’ve seen in thirty years’
Linked in/Neat stuff: Mount Zion Cemetery’s bear/Codorus Eagles, again
‘The Bay is more solidly frozen than I’ve seen it in the thirty years I’ve live(d) around here,’ Maryland resident Don McClure wrote on Facebook about the region where the Susquehanna River meets up with the Chesapeake Bay. ‘That’s snow on the frozen Chesapeake Bay, Susquehanna Flats,’ he wrote. It was a cold February when Don McClure, a photographer whose work often has appeared on YorkTownSquare, wrote this. March is starting that way, too. Also of interest: This old lock, a mill, a mansion and a ghost town. Only a bit more than 15 miles from York County .
Another Don McClure photo … capturing the lighthouse at Havre de Grace, Md.
Other neat stuff from all over … .
Another snow scene: And a landmark bear … .
— paul kuehnel (@paulkuehnel) March 2, 2015
A random bit of history: In the Capitol
Linked up: Class connects the Codorus eagles with the Roundtown Buddy Bench:
— Amy Musone (@MusoneClass) March 3, 2015
History Mystery: Another achiever from York, Pa.: