Cromwell Valley Park is a public park just to the north of Baltimore City. The park initially opened in 1993, on 426 acres of rural farm land. It is primarily open fields, woods, cultivated gardens, and orchards.
The first Europeans settled the valley in the beginning of the eighteenth century. The Ravens were one of the first families too settle Cromwell Valley, along with the Stansburys, Towsons, and Risteaus. William Cromwell married into the Ravens family and became the valley's namesake in 1773.
This was a late evening photo shoot on a surprisingly warm November day. The combination of the lack of light, color-devoid trees, and the location itself provided the backdrop for the notions of bleak isolation and solitude that I wanted to capture.
Fisherman's Park, part of the Susquehanna State Park.
The Conowingo Dam is a large hydroelectric dam in the lower Susquehanna River near the town of Conowingo, Maryland. It is one of the largest non-federal hydroelectric dams in the U.S.
Owen and Avery Fall Shoot
A fall photo shoot during the evening golden hour.