The other evening, a friend came with me on a shoot. We ended by 7:30 but the evening was so nice that we decided to drive over to the North End for some additional shots and some cannoli. These are the images from that shoot; the cannoli is history.
The footbridge in Boston’s Public Garden all decked out for Christmas with the lights reflecting on the ice below. Merry Christmas to all
The past couple of days, I’ve posted images of some gorgeous Christmas lights in Boston. Today, I show you our little lights. This is the first year we’ve ever had lights outside. We bought two string of white lights and wrapped them around the split rail fence around the side flower garden. After running outside to plug them in at sunset and unplug them before bed, I splurged and purchased a device to do the turning on and off for me…a wise investment.
I like this image of the Christmas tree on Boston Common and how it lines up with Boston’s two tallest towers in the background.
The Christmas Tree in Boston’s Copley Square with Trinity Church in the background.
Beautiful lights line the walkway in the center of Comm Ave (Commonwealth Avenue) in Boston’s Back Bay.
Another view of the Christmas lights at Christopher Columbus Park.
I’ve had so many posts lately from Boston, that you might forget that Southern New Hampshire is home. These were made at Brookdale Fruit Farm in nearby Hollis, NH. Yesterday’s image of the Christmas trees sale was also made here. Once the farm machinery finishes the harvest, the farm workers decorate them with lights and wooden reindeer. They not only sell trees but also wreaths and other greenery as well as wonderful food inside.