Monthly Archives: December 2016

Boston’s North End at Christmas


The other evening, a friend came with me on a shoot. We ended by 7:30 but the evening was so nice that we decided to drive over to the North End for some additional shots and some cannoli. These are the images from that shoot; the cannoli is history.

Snow Day

With a foot of wet snow overnight, we were able to make this snowman for our yard to help celebrate New Year’s Eve!

Holiday Stroll – Part 2

Here is the second part of our holiday stroll. As you can see, like many cities, Boston loves its Christmas lights, especially in the trees. I did hear, however, that this year has been challenging because squirrels have been chewing through the electrical wires on the lights; this is not good for the lights or presumably the squirrels.

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Holiday Stroll – Part 1

A few days before Christmas, some friends and I drove down to Boston to take in the holiday lights. Here are a few photos from our stroll across the city. More to follow.

Merry Christmas from Nubble Light

The other evening, a couple of friends and I headed up to York, Maine to make photos of Nubble Light. It sits just off the coast and was decorated for the holidays. It was a cold night (19/-7 F/C), so we took a few photos and then headed for some dinner in nearby Portsmouth, NH. Merry Christmas to all.