Boston’s “Old City Hall” is a beautiful building. I had been meaning to try to get an image of it at night but kept forgetting. On my most recent Boston shoot, I managed to make this image.
I’m always looking for new vantage points from which to shoot well-known areas. Across the street from Faneuil Hall is City Hall with a little overlook. I noticed the ledge around the overlook was about four feet high and almost 18 inches wide. “I can do that”, I thought. I carefully maneuvered my gear and self atop the ledge to make this image ever mindful of the thirty-foot drop on the other side. It made for a unique perspective of an old friend.
This is a view of the business district from Boston’s North End. The Custom House Tower figures prominently in this perspective.
Last week, I showed some images of Boston Winter. This Christmas market inside Boston Winter sells unique gifts from Thanksgiving up until New Years Eve.
Christmas morning brought a snowstorm to Milford Street. Erring on the side of caution, we opted to postpone our celebration with family until the following day. My wife and I exchanged gifts and then cleared snow from the walks and driveway. I was able to get out on the trail with my snowshoes. That night, we had our neighbors over for an impromptu Christmas supper. ONe of the best Christmases ever!