BIT: Sunday literalness
This Sunday at BIT, the joke's on us. This fine bag caught "nesting for a long winter's nap" and sent to us by Ender, turns the Bags In Trees concept on its head and takes it to new literal heights.
CC: S Caroline St & Lancaster St
One of the things I like best about Fells Point is it's period charm — the cobblestones, the piers, the lamp posts. So what better way to add to this charm then include some modern day landscaping? This beautiful bag was spotted on S Carloine St easily within reach of anyone wanting to remove it. But apparently the BIT-love is slowly seeping into our neighbors' hearts. I think it adds a whole new level of charm to the place, don't you?
to see it up close and personal.
Bolton St & Lanvale St
This subtle contribution comes from the streets of Bolton Hill, which is looking resplendent these days—almost too many choices. This bag almost disappears into the blackness of night. Time to test your bag-spotting abilities.
CC: 3413 Foster Ave
There's nothing like the beauty of Baltimore's architecture. Well, nothing except the beauty of the city's native bird! This gorgeous bag (Latin: Bageotus Plasticus) was caught nesting in a tree on one of Canton's prettiest blocks. I kept my distance, so as not to disturb the creature in its natural environment, but I couldn't help but sneak a peak with this photo!
Keep your eyes peeled for sightings in your neighborhood; or, to catch of glimpse of this fine friend in its native habitat, click here
CC: 405 S High St
My breath was taken away when I saw this bag lit up in the sun. It was such a majestic sight! Although shredded considerably by wind and time, in my opinion this is one of the most beautiful bags I have seen to date. It will definitely be a BIT Hall of Fame contender.
Want to check it out for yourself? Click here
for a map!