I was going through my old photos recently and came across two that I took while out on what felt like the endless highways of Pennsylvania a couple of years ago. Nothing against Pennsylvania, it’s quite a nice state. But anyone who has driven from Boston to the western part of PA knows that the road goes on forever more. ;) I liked the isolation of the images, in particular the sole tree in the black and white photo. The only thing missing were those creepy Teletubbies that recently were part of a Joy Division music video. One of the funniest -and most disturbing- mashups ever.
Spring has sprung! It was an absolutely perfect day weather-wise in Boston today. Following a viewing of Avengers: Age of Ultron (a fun piece of popcorn entertainment despite its flaws), I headed out and walked around the Boston Commons and down around the waterfront near the North End. Here are a few pics from the Commons. Enjoy!
It was a totally fun night on Thursday, April 16th as the Peabody Essex Museum hosted Strike a Pose: Art and the ’80s. Glam Makeovers were provided by Salem’s Rouge Cosmetics, there was a photo booth, a Graffiti Wall, an excellent display of breakdancing and a great selection of 80s classics spun by Boston-based DJ Amphibious (on vinyl to boot!).
I had a few errands to run in Downtown Boston today, so I thought I would take my camera along and capture a few pics here and there since the snow is all but gone. Yes, we can walk around on sidewalks again. :)
The second photo was one I took as I was walking by. My camera was down pointed away from me as I walked down the street. The image has stuck with me more than any of the other ones I have edited and uploaded in this blog post.
For those who have visited this blog in the past, you know that in addition to landscape photography I also cover events from time to time. Event photography can be prove to be quite the challenge. But planning an actual event? That can make photography look like child’s play.
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