Back from Boston

There’s been a bit of silence at this end, but that is because I have been away.

So for all those new followers, thank you so much I will be in touch over the next few days and will pop on over to your own blogs. And to all existing followers, I’m back so hopefully there will be a few posts to follow – a lot to catch up on.


The above image was taken in downtown Boston – I loved the reflections and the lines drawn by the structure of the new building.

Tell me what you think….

12 thoughts on “Back from Boston

    1. Hi Kris, we had such a full itinerary this time round – taking in Vermont, Cape Cod, Maine. Hardly time to draw breath. Would be great to see you after all these years.

      You would love the couple we stayed with in Boston. They have two children and are part of the “Portuguese Set” though were not among us that time in Saratoga Springs. Next time definitely ๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ‘


  1. This is superb and a type of image that I love to capture in London. One of the real delights of glass-fronted buildings is the way they create interactions with neighbouring buildings. Sometimes those reflections are quite precise, at other times they are a photographic form of cubism. this is pretty precise and yet it still creates a two-dimensional puzzle of lines and shapes. Glorious.

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    1. Thank you so much for the kind words. I found it very interesting with the reflection suddenly being cut off as a result of the L shaped glass building. Have to agree on the glass fronted building aspect – they can highlight even more the buildings around them. MM๐Ÿ€


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