Looking out of our 26th floor windows, we have great views of Baltimore’s ever-changing urban theatre. We see sky shows with helicopters, bi-planes, and blimps soaring around—sometimes, seemingly, at near eye-level. We watch, and listen to, concerts below courtesy of the Downtown Partnership. We see storm clouds headed our way an hour before the first rain drops begin to fall. We see flags and fountains.
And day and night, we see all sorts of different people doing all sorts of different things in hundreds of different windows.
Now and then we are treated to a special, more intimate show.
Nude photo shoots in hotels seem to be very innocent—often comically funny events to catch a glimpse of. It can take a quite long time for the photographer to get all of his”living props” where they should be.
Photographing nude models makes Instagraming your “what’s-for-dinner-tonight” seem like child’s play.
Highrise urban living is simply the best photo op ever. And yes, to take these photos I used a long lens. I plan to use the same lens when the Fireman’s Convention arrives in Baltimore next spring.