URBAN STREETS AND HIGHWAYS

Cee’s Which Way Photo Challenge – Feb. 9, 2018


Highway from Connecticut
Downtown — Prudential Tower, Boston
Street corner, downtown Boston
Sidewalk by Fenway Park
Scaffold bridge – Boston with Prudential Tower

Author: Marilyn Armstrong

Writer, photography, blogger. Previously, technical writer. Retired! Yay!

10 thoughts on “URBAN STREETS AND HIGHWAYS”

    1. That part of it is, anyway. Then there’s the middle of it which dates to the 1600s – 1700s. That area is much more complicated and messier. More like European cities. Boston is one of the oldest cities in this country. St. Augustine in Florida is the oldest — that goes back to the 1500s. But Boston’s pretty old. Not as old as London or any major European city, of course. But for North America, pretty old.

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    1. Pure luck … and driving in during the hour after lunch and before the great exodus began. But mostly, luck. Usually, you get a block or two like that and hit gridlock two blocks later. Also, that’s a road with no parking, which also helps.

      Thank you. I’m working on interesting techniques for urban pictures. I wish I had more urban pictures to work with. That would require actually traveling into Boston. If we can get it together and try, it wouldn’t happen until May or June … and I’m not sure we will do it even then.

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    1. I’ve been targeting folder from May, June, July, and August because I need some colors too. It turns out I have thousands of pictures I’ve never processed. And most of them are summer pictures pictures because that’s when i take most of my pictures.

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