I recently took a long weekend in Boston to visit some family. Mostly I spent my time there walking around the city. I did actually take a few photos with my real camera too, but I haven’t gotten around to editing them yet.
From the airplane window, somewhere over the east coast.
Flying over Squantum, the neighborhood I grew up in, just South of Boston.
The Residence Inn in the Seaport District, its been converted from an old warehouse and I love that they kept some of the original architecture, like this atrium.
The Greenway, can you believe this used to have a raised highway running through it?
Graveyard at King’s Chapel.
Walking along the Charles River.
Another view of the Charles, on the way home from getting dinner and hot chocolate in Harvard Square.
A pretty stand of birch trees (We don’t have them in the south).
A walk in Squaw Rock Park, in Quincy, MA, near my parents house.
Georgetown Cupcake. When you walk this much you deserve a cupcake, or two. I got a strawberry and a chocolate mint.
Boston Common and the State House.
Kitty, she kept me company since I didn’t have my dogs to interrupt my sleep.
Lovely photos! Looks like you had a great trip. 🙂
Such great photos! I love the proportions on your skyline photos. What?! Only two cupcakes were had??
Interesting photos. Sounds like you had a great trip. Thanks for sharing.