25 thoughts on “ANGULARITY”

    1. It’s the main tower of another converted mill. We have a great many mills … old and falling down and recently converted to some other purpose … all over the valley. Some are quite grand. This is from 1911 so it’s a very new one by comparison to most of the others.

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    1. I like the clock too πŸ™‚ I love clock towers and I have a bunch of pictures of various ones in the area, but this one came out better than most. Boston is an old city and has a lot of clock towers, but they are hard to photograph unless you have a very long lens and really good light.

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  1. Especially liked the first photo – so many different angles and so many different reflections as well. All great shots though and definitely illustrative of the ‘angular’ theme.

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