Boston’s Trinity Church at Night

Trinity Church

During the day, Trinity Church in Boston’s Copley Square stands out as the old amidst the new next to towering sky scrapers. Late at night, things become a bit more hazy. It was difficult to get the old church to stand out more in this photograph, but you can still make out its lines vs those of modern buildings.

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10 thoughts on “Boston’s Trinity Church at Night

  1. TheFullerView

    As a parishioner of Trinity Church Boston, I can say the building is even more extraordinary inside. And the work going on inside to promote social justice and provide support for at-risk youth is even more extraordinary. This amazing H.H.Richardson building is more than an historic museum to be preserved and revered, it is an active and lively building deployed in service for very important work. Please visit if anyone is in the Boston area.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you for the comment. Though I’ve passed by and even photographed the exterior of the church many times, I’ve never stepped inside. It sounds extraordinary at many different levels.

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Oh, thank you. It is often photograhed during the day because the very modern building across from it has mirrored glass and reflects the old architecture in the new. I wanted to try something different and had never seen it photographed at night before. Thank you for the comment.

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  2. Argus

    Aha~! Knew I’d come across refs to it recently—the movie ‘National Treasure’ … and now to dig deeper …

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