Jennifer Raymond posted the correct answer on Facebook, and fellow Bowie blogger Bill posted the correct answer in the Bowie Living blog comments. Bill has a blog called Precipitative Ponderings that includes his thoughts on weather, climate and general science. Click here to see a video that Bill made of last Wednesday's thunderstorm in Bowie.
I recently visited the site where the rabies vaccination clinic was held to take a few pictures. Below I have a set of before and after pictures for comparison.
In the following set, the Levitt colonial can barely be seen in 2010 because of the large pine trees. You can see how small those same trees were in 1975. In both pictures, you can see the chimney on the only Country Clubber style house on Sussex Lane. Click on each picture to see an enlarged version. I also included a close-up shot of the colonial and the Country Clubber chimney.
The "after" picture in the following set wasn't taken from exactly the same spot as the "before" picture, but it's close. The pine trees are visible in the background of both pictures. The top of one of the Cape style houses on Sussex Lane is also visible in both pictures.
And here is my favorite set of "before and after" pictures. The grass looks much better in the second photo!
Photos of Bowie Maryland 1973 through 1975 by Arnie Miles is licensed under a Creative
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