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Maryland in pictures: a photo every day in 2024 part 3

Maryland in Pictures: A Baltimore Sun photography project that shows the faces, places and events around us.

There are four parterre gardens at the Hampton National Historic Site, which are maintained today with the same geometric designs created for the Ridgely family in the 19th century.  (Amy Davis/Staff Photo)
There are four parterre gardens at the Hampton National Historic Site, which are maintained today with the same geometric designs created for the Ridgely family in the 19th century. (Amy Davis/Staff Photo)
Tavon Pope, social studies major at Harlem Park Elementary Middle School in West Baltimore, gets lunch during Teacher Appreciation Day, as the Baltimore Orioles continue their Adopt-A-School campaign.
Tavon Pope, social studies major at Harlem Park Elementary Middle School in West Baltimore, gets lunch during Teacher Appreciation Day, as the Baltimore Orioles continue their Adopt-A-School campaign.
Leigh Targaryen dances as an Eggplant Fairy with the band Brinjal during Spoutwood Farm's May Day Faerie Festival in Rocky Point Park.  (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
Leigh Targaryen dances as an Eggplant Fairy with the band Brinjal during Spoutwood Farm’s May Day Faerie Festival in Rocky Point Park. (Kenneth K. Lam/Staff)
The annual Knight of Music concert, featuring 52 members of the Baltimore City College Choir in the school's Schaefer Auditorium.  (Karl Merton Ferron/staff)
The annual Knight of Music concert, featuring 52 members of the Baltimore City College Choir in the school’s Schaefer Auditorium. (Karl Merton Ferron/staff)
May 3, 2024: Cameron Turner of Baltimore reflects on her choices this afternoon at the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy's annual Flower Mart at Mount Vernon Place.  (Barbara Schelvis Taylor/Staff)
Cameron Turner of Baltimore reflects on her choices during the Mount Vernon Place Conservancy’s annual Flower Mart on Mount Vernon Place. (Barbara Schelvis Taylor/Staff)
May 2, 2024: Innerface Signs workers install a sign for the University of Maryland Medical System on the front of the building at 250 W. Pratt Street.  When completed, the sign will be 7.5 meters high and 14.5 meters wide and will be illuminated day and night.  Each letter is 5 feet tall.  (Barbara Schelvis Taylor/Staff)
May 2, 2024: Innerface Signs workers install a sign for the University of Maryland Medical System on the front of the building at 250 W. Pratt Street. When completed, the sign will be 7.5 meters high and 14.5 meters wide and will be illuminated day and night. Each letter is 5 feet tall. (Barbara Schelvis Taylor/Staff)