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Monochrome Monday: Doorway and Arches

This is from a church in Boston’s Back Bay. I don’t recall which one, but Saba from PhotoWalks said she shoots here a lot. The configuration of the doorway and arches is awesome. 8 more words


It's the experience: The Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase

Back in April, Marathon Sports entered uncharted waters with a new partnership. Together with adidas and the Boston Athletic Association, we opened the Boston Marathon® adidas RunBase… 326 more words


Boston Photo Diary I

Here’s a photo diary from the past few days I’ve been adventuring with my sister here in Boston.

I might post about some of my bread making adventures soon too because for some reason I’ve been really sad, frustrated, and anxious the past few weeks, and, after abyssing for a while, I have this manic impulse to make bread, so I do. 16 more words


888 Boylston Street Tower

Boston Properties and Turner Construction have teamed up to bring a new face to Boylston Street. The 17 story building will fill in the plaza next to the Hynes Convention Center, with a footprint stretching from Towne to the Pru’s dissected atrium entrance. 194 more words


Photo(s) of the Day 6-18-2015: U/C at the Pru

After roughly 50 years under construction, the final piece of the massive Prudential Center puzzle is finally being put into place. 888 Boylston Street is a… 221 more words


Boston Pride Parade

It was a hot and humid afternoon as I headed across Boston Commons to watch the Boston Pride Parade.  The city was especially crowded and wandering around like I normally do was almost impossible as what seemed like thousands of excited people filled the streets to either walk in the parade, or dance and cheer from the sidewalk as the floats and participants passed by. 233 more words


Popcorn, Netflix, & Tea

After a 10 mile bike ride around Back Bay, with all its ups and downs (as in actual uphills and downhills), it is time for some good ‘ole rest and relaxation. 232 more words