My Daily Photo Walk: Greek Festival
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12 - Greek 4 12 - Greek 3 I taught a class of "Getting to Know Your Nikon DSLR" class today at Frederick Community College, and afterwards, I was famished. My plan for walking today was to check out the Greek Festival on W. 7th Street, so that's where I headed first.
12 - Greek 1 12 - Greek 2Little Free Library in the neighborhood 12 - Greek 5 Greek music filled the air; the rain had stopped, and there was a small but steady stream of people entering the church parking lot to visit the food options: pastries, gyros, salads, rice pudding, and all sorts of traditional fare like keftedes (Greek meatballs), stuffed grape leaves, and spanakopita. I bought a platter, and the serving size was enough for three people. One man sitting near me while I was eating said, "Who would have thought you could get food like this right here in Frederick?" I had to agree -- it did feel like a true cultural experience.
12 - Greek 6 After my meal, I walked around this section of town. When I saw a gate to Hood College, I felt disoriented. I had always approached Hood from Rosemont Avenue, and now I was seeing Hood's campus butted up against the hospital grounds. I wandered down streets like Magnolia, Belmont, Culler, and Fairview, lined with neatly kept homes and mature trees. There was a park, which I later learned is the Max Kehne Memorial Park. A massive oak anchored one of its corners.
It was nice to explore a new section of town today where I had never been. I need to explore more in this area.
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Nice class! Thanks for sharing all that you know!!
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