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Old Posted Jul 4, 2014, 7:20 AM
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Springtime in Boston -- April and May

For those who were following my monthly series, I apologize for the delay. To everyone else, sorry to take you back in time to when there were no leaves on the trees! I'd rather not think about it either, but keep scrolling and you'll eventually see lots of lush greenery







































Exploitative bum fight pic!















Underwater treasure...























































































































































































OK final day for this series:















OK that's it. Hope you enjoyed!
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Old Posted Jul 4, 2014, 7:38 AM
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Boston is downright beautiful. This was one of the best photo tours I've ever seen on SSP.
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Very enjoyable.
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best Boston thread evah!!!!!!! you have serious photography skills. Amazing what has transpired in the past 10 years in the Seaport District
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I really enjoyed that!
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Old Posted Jul 4, 2014, 6:53 PM
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Amazing shots from an amazing city like Boston. Thanks a lot for these very nice pictures, kznyc2k.

It´s always a good moment to enjoy watching pictures like yours. I´ve really enjoyed with this photo tour. Boston will always be inside my heart.

Thanks and greetings from Madrid, Spain.
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absolutely superb shots!!!
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yup great pics from a classic NA city..I'm only a 7.0 hour drive, or short flight.. I'll make it there yet.

Thanks for these.
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Very nice. Boston is probably my favorite American city outside NYC that I have been to. I know the floating palm trees are an art project, but are they real?
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Awesome set, keep them coming!



Seems like since I left, these guys have exploded in population. I hear it's not uncommon now to see a whole flock walking down Boylston or hanging out in the Granary Burial Ground.
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Awesome set, keep them coming!


Seems like since I left, these guys have exploded in population. I hear it's not uncommon now to see a whole flock walking down Boylston or hanging out in the Granary Burial Ground.
or a family of 16 hanging out in my yard I've not seen any in town but wouldn't be a bit surprised
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Boston is pure class. The city feels affluent, refined, and sophisticated.
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Boston is pure class. The city feels affluent, refined, and sophisticated.
Except the bum fights, right?
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Wow, impressive. Is Boston really that green! and pretty??
I'm going to Beantown for the first time in a few weeks - your photos got me excited ... not in that way, but you know what I mean.
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Seems like since I left, these guys have exploded in population. I hear it's not uncommon now to see a whole flock walking down Boylston or hanging out in the Granary Burial Ground.
I see them all the time in the hinterlands of Brookline/Chestnut Hill/Newton and beyond, but never further in than JP. Methinks you jest a bit
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That was damn impressive! Cheers to Boston!
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