CROWDS ON BOSTON’S WHARF – GARRY ARMSTRONG

WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge:
A Face in the Crowd


This week’s challenge are faces “in the crowd.” These are the people you never meet. Crowds of tourists. The folks lined up to buy tickets at the game. Happy faces, worried faces.

Ready for the big kayak
Tourists
More tourists

This is a favorite subject. I’m less interested in landscape and more interested in the people, their dogs, and the stories I’ll never know. They give a human shape to Boston, a story different than just the sidewalks and walls.

Waiting in line

This is Boston’s Wharf. Tourists. Visiting us while we visit them.

Author: Garry Armstrong

As a reporter for Channel 7 in Boston for 31 years, I was witness to most of the major events affecting the region. I met a lot of people ... politicians, actors, moguls, criminals and many regular folks caught up in extraordinary situations. Sometimes, I write about the people I've met and places I've been. Sometimes, I write about life, my family, my dogs and me. Or what might otherwise be called Life.

24 thoughts on “CROWDS ON BOSTON’S WHARF – GARRY ARMSTRONG”

    1. Oh yes. That is the original Boston. The reason that Boston was so important is that we have a great harbor. That’s true also of New York. Harbor cities are a big deal on both coasts. The original Boston just hugged the water’s edge. That’s where all the really old buildings are.

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      1. Right, Marilyn. Dazed is trying to find a parking space and then fighting a townie for that space. Confused is when the local news cams show up and make you breaking news.

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