PHOTOS: Light City Baltimore Illuminates Inner Harbor

Take a glimpse at Baltimore's latest attraction, the second annual Light City along the Inner Harbor.

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This larger-than-life stack of cards glows in a rhythmic pattern, mirroring the building up and falling of a house of cards.
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Visitors can step on these circular stepping stones of multi-colored light.
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These glowing cords transform the suspension bridge of Piers 3 & 4 into a dazzling work of art.
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This installation converts the nearby sound waves into changing colorful rings of light.
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"The Divided Line" is a virtual reality exhibit, where Light City visitors can leave the Inner Harbor and experience a world of dinosaurs and falling bricks.
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You're never too old for a see-saw, right? Especially when it lights up and makes cool sounds!
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The audience can make their own music using a control pad at this exhibit. The music is visually displayed as beams of light on a projector.
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This is a multimedia installation with performances. Inside this illuminated pyramid, a woman asked visitors, "What gives you light?"
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This egg-shaped sculpture changes colors as visitors can step inside it or gaze at it from the pier.
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Multi-colored vinyl bubbles of various sizes tell the story of Baltimore using "Shadow Theater."
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At this interactive installation, visitors can use their own movementa to change the way color and light display on the sculpture on the harbor.
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These white-lighted birds resemble origami and are nestled in a tree in the heart of Baltimore.
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Guests can walk through this 70-foot sculpture, which resembles a whale and pays tribute to the influence of water.
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Go for a spin and check out the Inner Harbor from the top of this color-changing ferris wheel.
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Beautifully colored umbrellas cover three sailboats floating in the harbor.
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