Christmas 2017 in Upper Marlboro, MD

It’s always nice to go home. I’ve posted before about the lovely part of Maryland that I consider home. I always try to get out and take a long drive through the rural area around my mom’s house when I’m back. We had great weather this past Christmas, so Aleksi and I sneaked off to hang out on the landing for some alone time. We also took a walk around the graveyard at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Croom, which was built between 1742-1745 and is one of the oldest Episcopal churches Southern Maryland. There a number of historically significant folks buried around the tiny church.

[35mm taken with my Canon EOS Rebel 2000. For more pictures of Maryland, click here.]

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