Bill Russell Scultpure Installation

I posted these photos three years ago. It is one of my favorite sculpture installations in Boston. I pass by it often and always find myself reflecting on it. This week, I was thrilled to receive an e-mail from its creator, Ann Hirsch. She needed good, high-resolution photos of two parts of the sculpture. I was thrilled she had found and chosen mine to request. I sent them straight away. Also, I did a search on her work and found that she has a new installation in Boston’s North End. I ‘m looking forward to venturing there with my camera.

25 thoughts on “Bill Russell Scultpure Installation

  1. Garfield Hug

    Wow! That is the best recognition any photographer can ask for! I am so proud of you that the creator of that sculpture sought your photos of the statue. Good job and happy weekend ahead.

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  2. Dymoon

    after all this time, I have realized your actual name. =^_^= duh, good morning Chris…how is that pronounced in Spanish when you were addressed back when>?

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  3. diannmeynor

    Awesome Sculpture! and how VERY SWEET that the Artist got a hold of you for the photos….(I must admit one of the hardest things to do as an artist is to photograph your own work)

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  4. Sarah

    Wow! That’s just awesome, Chris! You must be so pleased, I know I would be! 😄 And she’s absolutely right to have chosen your photos – they’re simply stunning! Have a wonderful weekend!

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  5. ❦Just Me❦

    Your camera has humanlike superpowers. Your photos are always compelling and perfect. Taking a vision or a view that people take for granted all the time IRL and memorializing it the way you do? Spectacular. =)

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