I did a lot of walking in Boston. A LOT. It’s too bad I didn’t wear a pedometer, because I’m pretty sure I logged a significant number of miles. On my last day in Boston, I decided to cut out of work with a little time to spare. I took one last promenade down Commonwealth Street over to the Boston Public Garden. It’s so beautiful! The leaves are starting to change, and I’m sure it’ll be gorgeous once everything is golden.
This is the 7-Eleven on Charles Street. I had to take a picture of it because it was just so fancy looking for me, especially for a convenience store. The inside was pretty typical, but the outside would make you do a double take before you knew that it was a 7-Eleven.
So here’s my self-portrait. Those bad boys over my ears are some now-defunct Sharper Image Noise Cancelling headphones my dad let me borrow. Awesome to drown out the din of city noise and concentrate on listening to Ron Dawson’s totally fab F-Stop Beyond interviews! I must have blown through at least 20 interviews over the entire trip! Love ’em! I also had to document (even with a cheesy photo) that I was here! The one behind the camera.
So if there was one thing I learned about Bostonians, it’s that Walk/Don’t Walk signs are merely for show. As our tour guide told us, the Don’t Walk sign just means “Hurry up!” I really wanted to capture this experience before leaving the city. Here’s my take:
Notice the red hand and the frenzy to cross. There was a car coming.
Photos from the wedding I third shot are coming soon! It was awesome. Imagine the groom diving for the garter to the music from The Office. That couple was totally rad!
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