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The First Church of Christ, Scientist - in Boston at Sunrise on a beautiful spring morning.

Some experimental stuff I'm trying out. The Boston Gardens are spectacular.

 

View On Black

View to the Boston Harbor Hotel from the Fan Pier.

Taken in Boston, MA,

Photo by: Abdulhameed Shamandour

Location: Boston, MA, USA

Die Boston Skyline zur blauen Stunde.

Boston Waterfront at night.

 

today has been declared "one boston day" to honor those who died or were injured at the marathon bombing 2 years ago. blue and yellow are the colors commemorating.

Beautiful reflection in downtown Boston

 

Tech: Canon 5d Mark III, Canon Canon 17-40mm L IS USM, Lee Big Stopper, Processed in LR5, Photoshop CC, Photomatix and NIK software

 

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Image taken from the enclosed Prudential Skywalk Observatory.

Although the view is spectacular, taking pictures from this place is not an easy task. Tripods are not allowed to be used in the building additionally, the presence of bright lights around the internal walls add glare to the windows and a fastidious reflection.

 

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Gemma

 

Copyright ©Maria Gemma June, 2014

 

Our son's girlfriend takes a picture of the Boston Skyline at Sunset. HFF!

My city, my home.

Boston Lighthouse shot from Lovell's Island. Boston Harbor, MA.

gouache on plywood

Boston, MA

- Christian Science Church Plaza -

View of Boston skyline from Charles River

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Sunrise in Boston

 

Tech: Canon 5d Mark III, Canon Canon 17-50mm L IS USM, Lee Big Stopper, Processed in LR5, Photoshop CC, Photomatix and NIK software

 

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Boston - Live at Shoreline Amphitheater, Mountain View, CA, 2 Jul 2014

Boston has a mix of old and new architecture. I had to take these photos out of the window of the car keeping up with traffic because we had less time than we expected to have.

Inside on a rainy day today and started going through the external hard drives and discovered I had a set of bracketed shots from last August. Re worked with Photomatix and LR3. {Explore 6/8/14 ~thanks all}

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took this from inside Boston Science Museum.

Boston Public Garden

Boston Harbor near Sail Loft

The beautiful façade of Boston South Station headhouse on Atlantic Avenue in Boston was captured in December of 2008, which is now officially designated as the Governor Michael S. Dukakis Transportation Center at South Station since November 2014. It is a beautiful five story in neo-classical revival style station and another example of ingenuity & re-using a well constructed edifice. The Boston Terminal Company (which is etched at the top of the headhouse) was formed in 1897 with the specific task of developing South Union Station combining four terminals into one consolidated terminal South Station. The group of five rail companies consisted of the New Haven Railroad, the Boston and Albany Railroad Company, the New England Railroad Company, the Boston and Providence Railroad Corporation and the Old Colony Railroad Company however by the station’s dedication, because of consolidation in the rail industry there were only two. The Boston Terminal Company used the architectural firm of Shepley, Rutan and Coolidge who drew their inspiration from Boston architect Henry Hobson Richardson who had designed the Boston’s Trinity Church and nine stations for the Boston and Albany Railroad Company. When South Station was dedicated on December 30th 1898 by Boston Mayor Josiah Quincy, III as the largest rail station in the world at that time and in 1910 it was the busiest rail station in the United States. Just like most rail stations after WWII, with the advent of greater passenger plane travel, ridership declined and eventually the rail companies went bankrupt. However in 1978, the Boston Redevelopment Company (BRC) together with the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) embarked on renovation of the station that opened tracks, in 1995 added a modern inter-city bus terminal and has made South Station second largest transportation hub in New England.

The Street Walker Boston MA 5May18

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