BOSTON
  

There were great shots from every angle as we explored Boston for the first time ever.  I was always stopping to get a new angle on a Brownstone or fit an old church in my lens all the way up to the steeple or capture the river and its activities or the harbor or the juxtaposition of old and new or red and green.  I have had only one difficulty:  choosing just eight favorites to share here and eight edgier ones to share below.  Next week I'd probably choose eight others, but for now, enjoy my take on Boston:

 Boston after dark

   Boston Brownstone

 The Old State House

 Looking up in Boston

 Public Gardens

 Sunrise from Longfellow Bridge

 Sunrise across the Charles River

  Massachusetts State House

 Robert McCloskey's famous ducks

 Light and lines, Boston

 Across from the State House

 Out back

 In Fenway Park

 The Bell in Hand Tavern - A.D. 1795

 Fair warning

  Where everybody knows your name

 

Special orders are always happily accommodated.  E-mail me any requests for special combinations of gift cards or if you'd like more of Boston Gardens or more Brownstones or more skylines.  Chances are I can dig something up!    lrsccp@yahoo.com