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Picturing Maryland: A photo every day in 2022

Traffic moves smoothly along Md. 97 south of Westminster after snow fell Thursday morning.
(Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)

Picturing Maryland: A photo every day in 2022

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Picturing Maryland: A Baltimore Sun photography project showcasing the faces, places and events happening around us. Have a suggestion for us? Send a tip with subject line "Picturing Maryland Idea" to Ulysses Muñoz at umunoz@baltsun.com.
(Karl Merton Ferron, Ulysses Muñoz, Jerry Jackson, Dylan Slagle, Kenneth K. Lam, Amy Davis, Barbara Haddock Taylor)
Snowy Thursday
Traffic moves smoothly along Md. 97 south of Westminster after snow fell Thursday morning.
Traffic moves smoothly along Md. 97 south of Westminster after snow fell Thursday morning. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
Strength workout
Elizabeth Hill, left, and boy friend Michael Makar do their weekly coordinated strength workout at Patterson Park to keep fit starting the new year.
Elizabeth Hill, left, and boy friend Michael Makar do their weekly coordinated strength workout at Patterson Park to keep fit starting the new year. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun)
Martin Luther King Jr. holiday
Jonathan Jones, 42 of Essex, walks past “Keep the Dream Alive,” an alley mural honoring Martin Luther King Jr. in the 2400 block of McElderry Street in East Baltimore. When asked what comes to mind when he thinks of the civil rights leader on his holiday, Jones said: “Unity, humbleness and motivation. Even when they tried to stop him, he pushed harder. I use that determination in my everyday life to do better.”
Jonathan Jones, 42 of Essex, walks past “Keep the Dream Alive,” an alley mural honoring Martin Luther King Jr. in the 2400 block of McElderry Street in East Baltimore. When asked what comes to mind when he thinks of the civil rights leader on his holiday, Jones said: “Unity, humbleness and motivation. Even when they tried to stop him, he pushed harder. I use that determination in my everyday life to do better.” (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
B&O Railroad Museum
Emily Esterline of Hoboken, New Jersey, walks past vintage rail cars after a visit to the B&O Railroad Museum with friends. Snow began falling in Baltimore around 3 p.m.
Emily Esterline of Hoboken, New Jersey, walks past vintage rail cars after a visit to the B&O Railroad Museum with friends. Snow began falling in Baltimore around 3 p.m. (Amy Davis / Baltimore Sun)
Annual Ice Festival, by the Havre de Grace Alliance
A block of pristine ice creates a wavy scene as Kennedy Warren, 13 of Aberdeen carves her name on graffiti ice, during the annual Ice Festival in Havre de Grace.
A block of pristine ice creates a wavy scene as Kennedy Warren, 13 of Aberdeen carves her name on graffiti ice, during the annual Ice Festival in Havre de Grace. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
Jurassic Wonder Dinosaur Drive-Thru
From left, Keagan Nuckols, 8, and Matthew Nuckols, 11, of Bel Air, pet a T-Rex from the window of their car as they tour Jurassic Wonder: Dinosaur Drive-Thru at the Baltimore County Agriculture Center. Eighteen life-sized dinosaurs at 10 stations move and make noise for motorists and passengers. Ted Hill, owner of the business, started the drive-thru two years ago because of the pandemic. More time slots will be open for the final weekend, January 15 and 16. Tickets need to be purchased in advance.
From left, Keagan Nuckols, 8, and Matthew Nuckols, 11, of Bel Air, pet a T-Rex from the window of their car as they tour Jurassic Wonder: Dinosaur Drive-Thru at the Baltimore County Agriculture Center. Eighteen life-sized dinosaurs at 10 stations move and make noise for motorists and passengers. Ted Hill, owner of the business, started the drive-thru two years ago because of the pandemic. More time slots will be open for the final weekend, January 15 and 16. Tickets need to be purchased in advance. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
Cold weather fishing
Mike Kupina, of Bel Air, fish for walleyes at Conowingo Fisherman Park.
Mike Kupina, of Bel Air, fish for walleyes at Conowingo Fisherman Park. (Kenneth K. Lam)
Scooter time
Charlie Karberg, 4, enjoying his 3-wheel scooter at Jake’s Skate Park at Rash Field Park in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Charlie Karberg, 4, enjoying his 3-wheel scooter at Jake’s Skate Park at Rash Field Park in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun)
January 11: Guide dogs in training
Chris Bohmer of Eldersburg hands a treat to Brahms, a 21-month old yellow lab she is raising to be a future guide dog at the Eldersburg Library Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2021. Bohmer brings Brahms out with her to places like the library to get him adjusted to various stimuli.
Chris Bohmer of Eldersburg hands a treat to Brahms, a 21-month old yellow lab she is raising to be a future guide dog at the Eldersburg Library Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2021. Bohmer brings Brahms out with her to places like the library to get him adjusted to various stimuli. (Dylan Slagle)
January 10: Cold weather in Baltimore
A bundled up pedestrian hurries along Lombard Street near the Inner Harbor as cold weather hits Baltimore. Highs Tuesday aren't expected to get out of the 20s. The warmest day of the week is Thursday with a high of 44 degrees.
A bundled up pedestrian hurries along Lombard Street near the Inner Harbor as cold weather hits Baltimore. Highs Tuesday aren't expected to get out of the 20s. The warmest day of the week is Thursday with a high of 44 degrees. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun)
January 9: Monster Jam truck drivers rehearse
Monster Jam truck Rammunition with driver Kurt Kraehmer does a "Sky Wheelie" during rehearsal for up-coming shows at the Royal Farm Arena. Four shows are scheduled for Friday to Sunday at the arena.
Monster Jam truck Rammunition with driver Kurt Kraehmer does a "Sky Wheelie" during rehearsal for up-coming shows at the Royal Farm Arena. Four shows are scheduled for Friday to Sunday at the arena. (Kenneth K. Lam/The Baltimore Sun)
January 8: McDaniel's water tower
Painters Nacho Gonzalez, left, and Victor Mateo paint McDaniel College's slogan, "Welcome to the Hill," on the side of the water tower tank overlooking McDaniel's Campus.
Painters Nacho Gonzalez, left, and Victor Mateo paint McDaniel College's slogan, "Welcome to the Hill," on the side of the water tower tank overlooking McDaniel's Campus. (Dylan Slagle / Carroll County Times)
January 7: Patterson Park snow
Sunrise color is reflected in the Patterson Park boat lake Friday morning after an overnight storm dropped a couple of inches of snow on the region.
Sunrise color is reflected in the Patterson Park boat lake Friday morning after an overnight storm dropped a couple of inches of snow on the region. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
January 6: Mattin Center demolition
Excavators work clearing the last remnants of the Mattin Center on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus. The center, an arts complex which was built in 2001, is being replaced by the new $250 million Hopkins Student Center, to be completed in 2024.
Excavators work clearing the last remnants of the Mattin Center on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus. The center, an arts complex which was built in 2001, is being replaced by the new $250 million Hopkins Student Center, to be completed in 2024. (Jerry Jackson/Baltimore Sun)
January 5: Marylanders volunteer to shovel park areas
Eung Ahn, left, joins other volunteers in Howard County to help clear the melting snow and ice at one of Rockburn Branch Park's tennis courts.
Eung Ahn, left, joins other volunteers in Howard County to help clear the melting snow and ice at one of Rockburn Branch Park's tennis courts. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
January 4: Lunch at Patterson Park Boat Lake
Perry Muth, Canton, takes his lunch break near the Patterson Park Boat Lake. Muth often runs in the park, but is unable to today because of Monday’s winter storm.
Perry Muth, Canton, takes his lunch break near the Patterson Park Boat Lake. Muth often runs in the park, but is unable to today because of Monday’s winter storm. (Kim Hairston/The Baltimore Sun)
January 3: Baltimore's first snowfall of 2022
Cameron Morea, 7, left, and his friend Luca Galea, 7, play in the snow in their West Towson neighborhood.
Cameron Morea, 7, left, and his friend Luca Galea, 7, play in the snow in their West Towson neighborhood. (Barbara Haddock Taylor/Baltimore Sun)
January 2: Holiday season ends at BWI
Kathy Kirmayer of Silver Spring, center, and other parents watch their children pass through the security checkpoint at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Sunday morning, as the holiday season draws to a close. Kirmayer planned to wait until her college-bound daughter boarded her flight to San Diego in case of a last-minute cancellation, but most departures appeared to be on schedule.
Kathy Kirmayer of Silver Spring, center, and other parents watch their children pass through the security checkpoint at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Sunday morning, as the holiday season draws to a close. Kirmayer planned to wait until her college-bound daughter boarded her flight to San Diego in case of a last-minute cancellation, but most departures appeared to be on schedule. (Amy Davis/Amy Davis)
January 1: Skateboarders on a dreary New Year's Day
Ben Rothenhoefer, of Halethorpe, watches as skateboarder Jack Webb, 17, of Catonsville, hops on his board. Several skateboarders spend part of their New Year's Day sheltering from incoming fog and rain in a garage at Lansdowne Station.
Ben Rothenhoefer, of Halethorpe, watches as skateboarder Jack Webb, 17, of Catonsville, hops on his board. Several skateboarders spend part of their New Year's Day sheltering from incoming fog and rain in a garage at Lansdowne Station. (Karl Merton Ferron/The Baltimore Sun)
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