How fun. I had a business meeting in this building last summer, which was my only trip to Boston in about a dozen years. And I have never watched the show and was clueless about the building being on the show. Thank you for educating me.
beautiful image of a wonderful structure
For a second there, I thought I had clicked on the wrong city! Gorgeous building! I'm afraid I don't watch TV at all so this is new to me.
Wonderful columns!This doorway is amazing!Great post!Kind regardsLéia
What an impressive entrance. I, also, am 'clueless' about tv. But the photo is sure grand.
this is ironic as all get out because as i was reading the comments that your readers (lookers?) have posted, i was thinking to myself that i, too, am clueless when it comes to tv and that i don't watch much of it. and this was JUST after i had posted today's post on MY blog - have a look, Clueless.anyway, as for your picture: one word - GRAND.
Funny! this show is also on french TV, and it's great to see the place as it is in "real " life!Now, I'll know you were there...:-))
Betimes I'm watching "Crossing Jordan". Do you have any shooting locations, too?
Great photo! Could you wander a bit and give us photos of Trinity Church, the Public Library, etc....I only lived in Boston for 3 years, but it remains forever a part of me. I love to see "all the familiar places"....
Is true, is just that!But yours is most beautiful !!!:-)
That is impressive! Love the framing, too!
Beautiful! Makes me want to walk down Boylston.
This lovely doorway looks like a postcard in how it's framed!
Looks perfect for a nice afternoon tea dance.
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