A couple of weeks ago, I visited Squantum Point in Quincy, MA. While it has trails and conservation land now, it used to be a naval air station. The Navy had installed metal barriers to keep the sea from eroding the area where the runways were located. Now, the barriers themselves have rusted and eroded.
I was going through some images from the time I spent in El Salvador in 2016 and found this photo of a father and daughter walking near the market (mercado). I’d never done anything with it but thought it was post-worthy.
It’s an odd year, but we still have a lot to be thankful for. Be safe everyone.
No, not this guy (or gal?). We have a nice store bought turkey. But this flock is an almost daily visitor now. Tuesday morning, I saw them in the side yard and went out back to put out some corn for them. They come running and in a few cases flying over for some food.
Someone left this behind. No finders-keepers here. The finder put it over a post hoping its owner returns.
A pair of photos made a couple of weeks ago from East Boston showing Boston’s downtown financial district. The lower image is a panorama I made using my Canon mounted on a tripod and stitched together in Lightroom.
I made this image of the Rainbow Swash on a Boston LNG tank last weekend. Designed by Corita Kent in 1971, The Rainbow Swash painted on an LNG tank in Boston’s Dorchester section is reportedly the largest copyrighted work of art in the world.
I pass this barn on the way to one of the schools where I teach. It always looks beautiful to me. I passed there on a recent morning and stopped to make this image.
An early coating of snow allows us to see things that are not usually seen together. Here, we have snow on some muchrooms (above) and ferns (below).
I recently discovered this point in Quincy, MA while searching for ways to make photos across the water at parts of Boston. More on that another day.