In an unguarded moment in Charlestown, a woman strikes a pose reminiscent of classic Italian cinema of the Sophia Loren-era ’60s.
The bow rope of Old Ironsides is neatly spooled on the dock.
Twists on History
Shadows form a linear map on the back of Stonehurst, the Robert Treat Paine Estate, in Waltham.
Shadows cast a faithful image of the iron gate at Old South Church.
Poet Phillis Wheatley seems to be forever caught in midthought in the statue honoring her at the Boston Women's Memorial.
Archangels meet arch angles.
The entrance to the Ruggles MBTA station is a study in light and shadow.
Willow Weep For Me
A willow is reflected in the lagoon at the Public Garden.
The light couldn't have been any softer nor the water any stiller. It was a fantasy world.
Closer to Thee
The staircase to the Memorial Chapel balcony at Harvard.
The Longfellow Bridge stands over the Charles as a mighty sentinel.
The classic clock at Quincy
Light Over Darkness
The sail-like Zakim Bridge plays off the sailboats passing the famed Longfellow Brdige on the Charles.
The wharf in Constitution Wharf.
A model-turned-bride poses in her elegant wedding gown on the docks for the swan boats at the Public Garden.
A Community Boating sailboat and its four-man crew makes its way across the Charles.
An eerily gray fogscape along the Esplanade.
The Long Wait
A heron stalks alewife in the Charles.
Five rowboats are tethered together on Jamaica Pond.
An abandoned wharf in East Boston dissolves into the sea,
White Picket Fence
The time-worn fence outside the Jackson Homestead in Newton.
The perfectly maintained fire escape of Benedict Chambers,
The "North End Stories" installation depiction of the Sacred Heart Church stands in front of the historic church itself.
A newlywed couple posed for a wedding shoot kiss whne the wind caught the veil and wrapped it around their heads in a wave of washed light and cottony texture.
The artwork of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum extends outside to the balconies of the 1903 edifice.
River of Fog
"The fog comes on little cat feet. It sits looking over harbor and city on silent haunches and then moves on." — Carl Sandburg
The reflection of a sailboat mast dances on the rippling water next to an old wharf piling.
A rowboat seems to be dreaming of sail power in a reflection on Jamaica Pond.
Going Our Separate Ways
Two sets of railroad tracks diverge in Cambridge.
A fire escape wends its way up the side of the former Women's Free Hospital.
The skies above Bussey Hill are forebodingly dark as storm clouds move in.
The Chinese Tea Crabapple tree in strong silhouette.
Let The Sunshine In
A willow is silhouetted against the late summer sun.
Hancock on Hancock
The original John Hancock Building is reflected in the glass facade of its namesake successor.
The blocky, nondescript brownstone on Beacon Street dreams of being a castle. In the late-day winter sun, its neighbor takes pity, and makes that fantasy come true for an hour or two...
Summer In The City
Children play in the fountain at the Christian Science Plaza.
Light pierces an otherwise dark alley after the rain.
The shadows of Beacon Hill chimney pots loom above a wrought-iron fence like sentries on a watch.
A fire escape scales the builidings in a narrow alley on Beacon Hill.
Fountain of Faith
The Mother Church is seen above the fountain the spray of the Christian Science Plaza.
The MBTA commuter rail where it cuts through downtown Boston.
Sunlight filters through the regal trees on Meadow Road at the Arboretum.
Looking Glass Lagoon
On a foogy winter day at the Boston Public Garden, the placid lagoon reflects a tree perfectly.
The drama of winter skies paints a powerful picture above the Back Bay,