Okay, so this one's not for my book, or any book for that matter. This is a short film. The basic premise of this short film is that a massive mega-quake strikes the US East Coast (yes, East coast, there is a dormant fault there that's overdue for a big event and I'm quite frankly sick and tired of earthquake stories set in LA or San Francisco - uggh, can you say "overdone"?). New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore are all basically shaken to ruins. The bulk of the story takes place near Baltimore. How should I set the scene so that the viewer knows it is Baltimore? Obviously a Maryland state flag would be nice to include at some point, but I mean the city itself. Baltimore, as far as I know, doesn't have and distinct landmarks. Nobody looks at a picture of the Baltimore skyline and goes "Oh yeah, that's definitely Baltimore." And I've looked up images of the Baltimore skyline. It's rather unimpressive, to be honest - there's nothing that stands out enough to still be recognisable in a half-destroyed state. Like, in NYC, for example, many people may be able to recognise the Empire State Building even if it was cracked to hell and back and had the top half missing. That's really what I'm looking for here, something that can set the scene and show the destruction at the same time.