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You are beautiful! You are a melodic combination of brick and style, standing 289 feet high above the ground, a true trend setter of your time. With every glance I take of you, my heart races and my breath stops as I am once again floored by your architectural beauty and your timeless elegance.
Congratulations to the winners of the AIABaltAmor Buildings You Love Instagram Contest. 1st Place Check out my trip to @RawlingsConservatory. One of the most beautiful places I’ve seen in Baltimore. Thanks @doorsopenbmore @MarylandHistory @MarylandFilmFestival for having this event and photography…
Vivian Marie Doering is a Baltimore-based photographer and Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) graduate with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Photography. For the past five months leading up to Doors Open Baltimore 2017, Vivian has donated her spare time and photography services to capturing extraordinary images of this year’s participating sites.
Designed by architect Robert Cary Long, Jr. in 1845, the historic Lloyd Street Synagogue is the third oldest synagogue in the nation. Over the years, the building has served as a worship place for three immigrant communities as a German reformed temple, as a Lithuanian Catholic church and as a Russian Orthodox shul.