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Baltimore’s Twinkling Holiday Lights

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This year, we didn’t have holiday parties or gatherings, so instead people invested their holiday energy into elaborate, creative, and topical lighting displays! In addition to Baltimore’s annual favorite–the “Miracle on 34th Street” in Hampden–photographer E. Brady Robinson ventured out into a variety of Baltimore neighborhoods to capture seasonal cheer, enthusiastic lawn ornaments, and messages of hope for the future. Whatever holiday you celebrate, the team at BmoreArt wishes you a safe, warm, and beautiful end to 2020.

 

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