Monday, February 18, 2008

Acorn Street: President's Day


Classic shot of a cobblestoned Beacon Hill street.

13 comments:

g_mirage said...

the flag fits perfectly even if the colors are contrast to the whole.

Dusty Lens said...

Great shot, this is what I think of Boston, and as how I remember it from a visit more than 25 years ago.

Kim said...

A wonderful image that makes me want to visit.
-Kim
Seattle Daily Photo

Chuck Pefley said...

Acorn street, I believe? River rock paving, and pedestrian access only! Lovely street and brownstones.

Clueless in boston said...

Thanks for all your comments. This is a classic scene of Boston and is what everyone thinks of when they think of Boston, excluding Cheers of course:)

Chuck you are right, this is Acorn Street.

Jilly said...

What a beautiful shot of a fabulous little street. Love the cobbles. Love it all.

Beantown Today said...

Excellent!

Fénix - Bostonscapes said...

What a beauty! Possibly the narrowest sidewalks in town.

Nathalie said...

Classic shot maybe, but just beautiful to me, and worth showing to foreigners like us. THanks !

Xav971 said...

Is that Acorn Street? Think I read somewhere it's the most photographed street in the US... Anyway, you re picture is amazing

Lara said...

wow, this looks great! great framing, great colours!

Isadora said...

;) This could be Georgetown. Being here I don't get a day off on my birthday.

Would you believe I did not get any dried fruit at all by the castle grounds? I don't know if that means I'm not capable of making the sensible choice...? :) or just not in need of anything at the time?

smilnsigh said...

Perfect!!!!!!!

Mari-Nanci