Sixty State Street

Sixty State Street

On my last half-mile on this year’s Kelby Photo Walk I looked up on the back side of Quincy Market right before you get to the Old State House, and observed this nice contrast of old to new Architecture. The behemoth in the picture is Sixty State Street.  Sixty...
Ritz-Carlton Residences

Ritz-Carlton Residences

You can catch this scene for a second during the opening of Billions on Showtime–the side of it, anyway.  I love this part of Battery Park City. Sitting and facing the river there’s so much to see, you can get carried away for hours with a camera. Battery Park...
Hancock Sky

Hancock Sky

In all the trips to and past the Hancock with a camera I believe I’ve never produced a black and white.  So, I guess I’ll call “Hancock Sky” my first enterprise with black and white and the Hancock Tower. Before September 11, there was an observation deck with views...
Long Wharf

Long Wharf

Walking almost to the water on long wharf, then turning around and pointing straight down State Street, where Custom House sits in the foreground, with the Old State House back in the distance. Construction of the wharf began around 1710. As originally built the wharf...
Old South Church

Old South Church

The Old South Church, and incredibly attractive gothic church in Boston, as photographed from Copley Square, near Trinity Church. May 12, 1669 was the first gathering of Old South.  This was the church of Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Adams and Phillis Wheatley, to name a...
Custom House from the Greenway

Custom House from the Greenway

A client contacted me from Leeds in the UK, and told me she used to live in South Boston. She asked me if there was any way I could get a photo of the Custom House, taken from the Greenway, with really ominous clouds, and all in black and white? Tall order. I told her...