Leif’s Winter Watch

Leif’s Winter Watch

This life-size bronze statue memorializes Leif Eriksson, the Norse explorer believed to be the first European to set foot on North America. Originally sited to overlook the Charles River, Eriksson stands atop a boulder and shields his eyes as if surveying unfamiliar...
The Reflecting Hancock

The Reflecting Hancock

You gotta love Copley Square.  There’s so much history in this very small piece of ground.  Trinity Church, and Hancock Tower, in this photo, are but a small bit of it.  The old location of the Museum of Fine Arts was here, as well as the current location of the...
Rolling out the Yellow Carpet

Rolling out the Yellow Carpet

The Boston Common and the Public Garden are so beautiful this time of year, and it’s hard not to walk through over the bed of yellow pedals.  I’m in the Public Garden here, with the Ether Monument in the background.
Longfellow Bridge

Longfellow Bridge

The Longfellow Bridge rehabilitation project has been going on for about 5 years now, at a cost of more than a quarter-billion dollars. The bridge, formally dedicated in 1907 carries close to 30,000 cars a day. It’s fantastic to finally see the completed facade and...
Trinity Church

Trinity Church

Trinity church is one of the many places that’s photographed in Boston by natives and tourists alike, gazillions of times each year. Because of how built up the city is all around Copley Square it’s difficult to approach photography of this amazingly historical...
The Plant

The Plant

I’ve always been fascinated by this water plant structure at the back of Deer Island.  I know a water plant isn’t a very sexy topic for a photograph, but the shape and massive size of everything, combined with its location right at the edge of the...