Sep 17, 2007


After floundering around in the ludicrously tasteful ostentation of Hunt Valley, Maryland, we finally emerged in Boring. The Wiki says it was "An important stop on the Western Maryland Railroad, it is very small, consisting of about 40 houses, the Boring Methodist Church, Boring Volunteer Fire Company organized in 1907, and the Boring Post Office but still has a postal code: 21020. It is known for its unusual name, which wasn't named for the pace of life, but for postmaster David Boring."
Despite its name & its size, Boring rates three posts here at Falmanac. Stay tuned for the other two.

Canon EOS 30D & EF-S 17-55 f/2.8 IS lens