I’ve discovered a new place to shoot. The old waterworks (aka pump building) for the city of Boston features 19th and early 20th century industrial sized machines that have been restored as part of a museum.
Last Sunday, Boston was blanketed in snow. Despite frigid temps and a bit of wind, people were out enjoying the day, yours truly included.
Last week, I posted the easiest image I’ve recently made; it was a cardinal and I made the image from our living room. This is a close runner up. I was driving home at sunset and saw the sun setting over the orchard in Hollis. I parked on a side street and walked in to make this and a few other shots that I will be sure to share.
This is the latest iteration of out scarecrow’s life. He has his own Facebook page called Life of a Scarecrow. I think this is the link: https://www.facebook.com/brooklinescarecrow
Even though the temperature is currently 18F/-8C, it was close to 60F/16C a couple of weeks ago. My wife and I took a drive up to Portland Maine to look in the shops and have a bit of lunch while enjoying the pleasant weather. Here are a few images. BTW, we had lunch at The Crooked Mile, whose signboard is pictured above. It is a coffee and sandwich shop that locals frequent and made the most amazing salads.