A minimalist view of an object that visitors to Boston have likely seen at least from the distance. More on this tomorrow.
I liked the textures and look of the woods and brick together. These crates were stacked in an alley in Portland, Maine.
This passageway is on the edge of Beacon Hill. I suspect that horses went through here before cars. I enjoy both versions. Which do you prefer?
A cruiser with fenders locked up along Charles Street in Boston.
Numbers for a scoreboard in boxes on Star Island.
Built in 1800, Gosport Chapel stands on the highest point on Star Island.
“Unusual” was one word my family used for this image I made in a Provincetown shop last week. “Disturbing” was another. It was odd with these doll heads all on a shelf. But they get one’s attention. The color version is below. Cheers!
Yes, you read correctly. We have a “chipyard” in Boston, as well as a shipyard. This has been in business at Boston’s Quincy Market for about 40 years. The colors are lovely, but I liked the BW version better. Great, now I want a cookie?
Last Thursday, I went with friends to tour some of the studios at Manchester’s Institute of Arts. They have some cool looking tools there. Here are a selection. The first three came from the jewelry making studio and the last came from the print making studio.
The old Gate 2 at Charlestown Navy Yard.