Boston, Massachusetts: the evening of December 2012.
There has been just enough rain to make the streets shiny, but it’s just a drizzle really. The city always strings lights on the Commons and all around the Statehouse right after Thanksgiving, so they’ve been up for a couple of weeks already.
Not a white Christmas this year, at least not yet. We’ve had a couple of little snows since then, they were dustings and melted off in a few hours.
Tonight, it was cold, but not bitterly. This is the middle of Boston — old Boston, the Boston of Paul Revere and Sam Adams — in soft focus. No hard edges in the dark. And here’s a little music to go with the pictures … a song I loved long ago.
- The Midnight Ride of William Dawes (history.com)
- ‘I Think I’ll go to Boston…’ (cundiffcreative.com)
- North End – Boston, MA (travelpod.com)