If You're From Baltimore, This Will Be The Most Jaw-Dropping Thing You See All Day. Guaranteed.

“Wow” doesn’t even begin to cover it…

A place doesn’t have to be perfect to be beloved. Those who love Baltimore love it even more for seeing its flaws.
There is something so beautiful, quaint and nostalgic about how Baltimore is depicted in this video. They did an amazing job of capturing the essence, and the heart of a city.
Anyone can love a place. Loving Baltimore takes some resilience. This video from above is a step in that direction.

Ascend Baltimore from Story Farm.

About Nick Johnson

Nick Johnson earned his masters in Business Administration from the Drucker School At Claremont Graduate University. He has written for 39 publications across the country and ran the media relations department at Movoto, a real estate portal based in San Francisco. He has been featured in over 500 publications as an expert in real estate and as an authority on real estate trends. .

Nick's the creator of the HomeSnacks YouTube channel that now has over 260,000 subscribers and is an excellent source to learn about different parts of the country.

0 thoughts on “If You're From Baltimore, This Will Be The Most Jaw-Dropping Thing You See All Day. Guaranteed.

  1. Great production, but I’ve never seen the city so bright.
    I didn’t see west Baltimore in the flyover, either.
    Tried living downtown, but the petty crime, and larger burglary, were too much, to often. Right there in Canton, and not just me. Gun to the face robbery by the Peabody. That’s nostalgia.
    It’s unfortunate, I remember some good times at memorial field, eating locally, back when there was no inner harbor like today.
    It’s still a destination city, so I guess there is still appeal, even to tourists.

  2. miss Memorial Stadium.. great memories.. Lexington Market, old Bal’mer
    National Bo’ ..steamed crabs, the Baltimore Colts, Bullets, Clippers, O’s… getting to work hungry because you drove by McCormick with the window down in the summer time 😉

  3. I grew up in Roland Park in the 40’s and 50’s and have wonderful memories from in and around Baltimore. Roland Park was a safe bike riding destination when I was young. The “Number 10 Water Tower” was considered a landmark by many. The city was close by with all its shopping opportunities and places to dine. I still have fond memories of those times and places including events held at the Memorial Stadium. The streets were always clean and residential areas pristine in appearance, both houses and greenery.

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