One part of the Hatch Shell, an concert stage that sits along the Charles River in Boston.
From the side at a distance, I thought this looked like a bust of Lenin. It's actually Arthur Fiedler, legendary conductor of the Boston Pops Orchestra for decades. The sculpture sits in a park along the Charles River near the Hatch Shell.
The sign over the entrance to the playground near the Frog Pond in the Boston Common Gardens contrasts nicely with a brilliant blue sky
The Youth Orchestra of the Americas tuning for a concert in Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory of Music. This stage was almost as amazing as the young people who played for us.
You certainly can't argue with the motto of this newspaper.
A bridge over the lake in the Boston Public Gardens on a bright summer late afternoon.
This is a rather unremarkable shot but since the rent-a-cop told me I couldn't take pictures in atrium, I thought I'd post it anyway. We were just there for the Starbucks.
Just after dusk we happened upon this fountain in the courtyard of an office Building near our hotel in Boston. The combination of lights and water made for an interesting shot.
All ladies bathrooms should probably have a similar plaque on them. This one is near Jordan Hall at the New England Conservatory of Music.
If Kathy can take pictures of puddles, so can I. :-)
I liked the way the afternoon sun filtered through the trees onto this door in the Beacon Hill section of Boston.
Back when this theater was in it's prime, this was probably a very impressive sign. I would love to have seen it lit up.
A tie down for boats on a dock along side the Charles River in Boston with MIT in the background. Kathy has a shot of me getting this shot.
Nice patterns in this row of houses near the Hatch Shell in Boston
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