Annapolis Landscape TV by Charles Kraus

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May 10 2013

A Day on the Severn

Filmed from underneath the RT 450 bridge near the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, we capture the boating activity a sunny and windy day on the lower Severn River near its confluence with Spa Creek as they both flow into the Chesapeake Bay.

Feb 07 2013

Spa Creek

Annapolis Landscape TV

A scene from our production “The Republic of Eastport”. If you haven’t had a chance to see it, here’s a LINK.

Jan 12 2013

Touring Annapolis Towne Centre

Annapolis Towne Centre

Annapolis Towne Centre is built on the former site of the Parole Plaza Shopping Center. The new Towne Centre features mixed use with restaurants, retail, office space and residential mid-rise buildings. The shopping center is built roughly on the site of Camp Parole, a Civil War prison that held around 70,000 captured Confederate soldiers.

Oct 12 2012

The Maritime Republic of Eastport

The Maritime Republic of Eastport

Eastport is separated from Annapolis, MD by Spa Creek. The Eastport peninsula is bordered by Spa and Back Creeks as they flow into the mouth of the Severn River as it empties into the Chesapeake Bay. Eastport has a history of maritime industry, which continues today. Working boats of yesteryear however, have been replaced by …

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Jul 12 2012

Historic Chestertown, MD

Located on Maryland’s eastern shore, Chestertown has been a Royal Port of Entry (1706), the scene of a Revolutionary Tea Party (1774) and a hub for agricultural and seafood products once shipped on steamboats. It is also the site of the first college chartered in the nation after the Declaration of Independence – Washington College …

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