Here is another photo that I was able to process. The weather was perfect. Beachfront @ 142nd St.
|Legg Mason, a prominent mutual fund company based in Baltimore, MD, showed its true hand yesterday. If there is any doubt that this company has learned anything from the bank industry downfall, then let me show you why I doubt it.|
|Leadership worth a 39% raise? Am I missing something or was it Fetting’s leadership that guided the company into these problems? Yep, wait for it – from Legg Mason’s own site:|
|In case you didn’t read the article earlier – Baltimore-based Legg Mason (NYSE:LM) lost $1.9 billion for the year ended March 31|
Cool new pub/restaurant in Fells Pt. This building was literally falling down the last time I was down there. We went to John Steven last night to walk along the waterfront and have some beers when we came upon this place (directly across Ann St). 17 draft beers including Belgians (Affligem & Leffe Bruin most notably). Didn’t have a chance to sample the food but looking around, everyone seemed happy with their selections.
|Stop in and try this place and let me know what you think.|
Another one in the series from the Japanese Garden in Portland, OR. Enjoy.
Over the past weeks, I’ve been working on my Photoshop skills. I’ve been processing photos and turning them into “artwork” (something I would be proud to display in a gallery). This print was taken from the Japanese Garden in Portland, OR during our recent trip. Hopefully, its unnoticeable but there was a substantial amount of retouching on this image.
Looking from the Washington Monument …
Another photo in a postcard style. Taken during the Cherry Blossom Festival this photo attempts to capture the energy on the National Mall that day.
|Being an import into B’more, you quickly realize the mystique around the local brew that was National Bohemian. I was reminded of this over the weekend as I drove through the Brewers Hill community (just outside Canton, site of the old factory). Sadly, its no longer brewed here but is still available.|
|Then earlier this morning, I stumbled onto Kasper On Tap with a link to some classic commercials.