Inside the Boston Public Library

One of Boston’s prettiest buildings is the original part of the Boston Public Library. I’ve been in here to do research but never as a photographer. The architecture is just wonderful. Saba, the guide from PhotoWalks, had ideas for some wonderful images.

29 thoughts on “Inside the Boston Public Library

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Yes, I can relate. How many times have I been by there or even in there and not considered shooting there. At one point, I herd that on Saturday mornings they have a guided tour of some kind.

  1. عابرةسبيل

    Great library
    We have libraries like this in Egypt
    The architecture is similar to arichitecture in mosques and churches in Egypt also
    Nice images
    Good morning

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hello there
      Thank you.
      You must have amazing architecture there. Egypt is one of those places I’ve always wanted to visit.
      I hope that you are having a nice day today.
      Cheers =)

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Thank you…The architect was rewarded for his great work because everyone calls this part of the library the “McKim Building…after him. Cheers =)

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    1. milfordstreet Post author

      We got some very different perspectives of this library. I was just at your post and left a comment. Isn’t it great how two people in the same place do not necessarily come up with the same images. Cheers =)

    1. milfordstreet Post author

      Hello Barrira!
      It is a wonderful place to both appreciate the architecture and study.
      I hope all is well and you are enjoying the weekend. Cheers =)


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