Monday, April 29, 2013

Whimsical Monday

This is a section of the Stata Center at MIT. It is a must see if you ever visit the Boston area. You can see the front view from a post I did in June 2007. The building was designed by Frank Gehry; another Frank Gehry building can be found on Prague Daily Photo. Information on the MIT building can be found on MIT's website here.

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Scenes from Boston

Samuel Eliot Morrison keeping an eye on all the media set up on the corner of Exeter Street and Commonwealth Avenue.


Broadcasting updates.


Media on the corner of Arlington and Boylston Streets at the Public Garden. This is the corner the "Mr. Frosty" ice cream truck usually parks.


Police and National Guard vehicles and command center on the Boston Common. Heavily armed police from around the state are located at intersections and strategic locations throughout the downtown area and all transportation points.


Boston, Milton, and Weymouth police officers on Boston Common.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Monday, April 15, 2013

Marathon Finish Line

Earlier in the afternoon before the bomb attack. A terrible day for Boston and the world.

You can view photos of the attack on

Saturday, April 13, 2013


It isn't really springtime in Boston until the swanboats reappear in the Public Garden.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Nantasket Beach

Treasure hunters on the beach, Hull, Massachusetts. A different picture from Nantasket I posted in B&W on Light Impressions a few days ago.

Monday, April 8, 2013

Old South Meeting House

Located on Washington Street, the Old South Meeting House was the largest building in Colonial era
Boston and was the meeting site of the organizers of the Boston Tea Party.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Comfort Station on the Common

Descendants of the Earl of Sandwich opened a sandwich concession on the Boston Common late last Autumn. Spending a considerable amount of money, an old "comfort station" i.e. restroom, near the Parkman Bandstand was converted into a restaurant. I haven't stopped by for a sandwich yet, just a few pictures and a menu. You can read more about the restaurant in the Boston Globe.