Copley Square - Boston

Very close to the original siting of MIT, Harvard Medical School, the Museum of Fine Arts and the Museum of Natural History, Copley Square reflects old and new and is an essential part of Boston's cultural history. When I'm in Boston, I make sure to visit.

A mix of old and new - Trinity Church is reflected in the John Hancock Tower.
Old and New

The Hancock Tower stands as the tallest structure in Boston:
Glass Tower

I had the privilege of staying in the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel during one of my visits and from the room, I shot this night view of The Old South Church and the Boston Public Library:
Illuminated

Here's the view from the street. It was early March and the city had just been hit by a large snow storm. But once that storm blew through, a high pressure system followed - resulting in clear blue skies - a perfect March day.

Down Boylston Street

Lisa Gordon  – (April 20, 2013 at 12:49 PM)  

Wonderful images of a beautiful city, Shirley.

Nicki  – (April 20, 2013 at 8:29 PM)  

Gorgeous pictures of Boston.

tinajo  – (April 21, 2013 at 4:14 AM)  

Beautiful pics, maybe I´ll get to see the city one day. Saying hello from Paris, soon we´ll check out after these wonderful days and then it will be some hours of waiting before we can go to the airport. I´ll miss the city but it will be wonderful to hug my boys again! :-)

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