Storrow Drive, heading downtown
Boston Common, looking north
Boston Common, looking northeast
Boston's biggest buildings
Public Garden, like the sign says.
Flowers and bushes. Lots of these coming up.
Giant shrubs tower over the lamppost
Or was it an illusion?
Duck Ponds, with Hancock Buildings beyond.
3 generations of increasingly tall buildings
The famous Swan Boats
Swan Boats in action. Zooooom!
A peaceful paddle around the lagoon
Duck on the pond
Clever ducks built themselves a ramp!
The central walkway of the Public Garden
The lagoo, from the bridge
Flowers. I know some of these captions are lame...
... but if I don't put something, the program will put its default caption...
Nice purple leaves, by the way
The default caption is OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA, which looks so dorky
Hey! The tropical section! Makin' me homesick.
Naked Girl With Bird. Kinda racy artwork there
Tall trees cast lot o' shade. So nice to just sit back and relax.
The promenade down the middle of Commonwealth Avenue
Looking back at the Publc Garden
Comm Ave homes
Some very posh Comm Ave homes
First Church in Boston
See? You thought I was making it up.
I love stone arches.
2nd Chuch in Boston?
Funky roof-top railing.
Mini State House dome
An impressive edifice
The 60-story Hancock Tower has 10,344 reflective window panes.
Each pane is 4' wide and 11' tall, and weighs 500 pounds.
Beautiful structure: minimalist architecture of the early 1970's.
Copley Square. Named after Copley.
The BPL -- Boston Public Library
The Hancock Towers looms over Trinity Church
The Christian Science Center (CSC)
The reflecting pool and the First Church of Christ, Scientist
The Prudential Center, 50 stories tall
The sleek architecture of the CSC
More CSC design
First Church of Christ, Scientist
This is one complicated (and heavy!) building
Other end of the reflecting pool
Front yard of the CSC
Front view of the FCCS.