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Saturday, September 9, 2017

Baltimore's Graffiti Alley

After the Civil War Museum, I decided I would go to Starbucks to use the restroom and decide what to do next. On the way to Starbucks, I ran into a couple from Altoona and we talked for a good 10 minutes before going into Starbucks. The woman took a selfie with me, took my number to send it to me, but I still didn't receive anything. It was nice to have someone else ask me for a selfie and I'm glad I'm not the only one who asks people they just met! It is all in good fun.

The couple went to see a movie and I went to the bathroom. As I was sitting in Starbucks, I decided that I would see one of the graffiti murals that Baltimore has. I was sitting next to a college student and I feel bad about bothering her, but she was helpful in which one was closest to where I was staying. I decided that I would go to graffiti alley.

I ordered Lyft and Graffiti Alley wasn't too far of a ride. I loved Graffiti Alley and the different tags that decorated the walls. I walked around for ten-minutes, there was a lull in the rain, and the rain didn’t start until I was nearing the end of the alley. If it wasn’t for the rain, I probably would have stayed longer. I’m going back on Halloween to see the Baltimore Aquarium’s pumpkin carving in the shark tank, I’ll stop by Graffiti Alley to take more pictures with my dad’s film camera. My dad’s film camera died after one picture (I didn’t realize the battery was dead until dad took out the film and said the batteries were dead. I wish I would have checked because I thought I ran out of film – I had 12 exposures before the battery died, the film had 24 exposures. Ah, well, at least I used half of the film). I’m glad I had my DSLR camera.




































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