Category Archives: boston

Bunker Hill Monument

Here is the color version of yesterday’s subject. It is the Bunker Hill Monument, which commemorates one of the first battles of our Revolutionary War. I took these sunrise shots earlier this year and am just now getting around to showing them.


Have a Seat

We loved these Adirondack chairs poised overlooking Boston Harbor with a sailboat just off the island and the skyline in the background.

Today, we explored Spectacle Island. Both the island and the weather were quite different. I hope to show those images next week. Cheers!

Inside Fort Warren

Yesterday, I wrote about taking the ferry out to George’s Island and visiting Fort Warren. We were able to enter certain parts of the fort that were deemed safe. These included rooms where cannons had been kept, the bakery, and the quarters for prisoners who were Confederate officers or political in nature. During the Civil War, the fort served as a prison for people who tried to evade the draft in the north and for Confederate soldiers from the south. For a period of time, the Vice President of the Confederacy, Alexander Stephens, was held here. This is a collection of rooms. I chose them more for their aesthetic rather than historic value. There are two images of the powder magazine because I could not decide if I liked color or BW better.