“Remanence: Salt and Light (Part II)” by Matthew Ritchie.
Me, my camera and my tripod, Boston, -7 °C aka 19°F (felt like -17 °C/0°F). Happy to report that I did not turn into an icicle, but it was close ;).
Boston as seen from and framed by the Boston University (BU) Bridge which was built in 1928, designed by Andrew Canzanelli and formerly known as the Cottage Farm Bridge.
Arthur Timothy Read greets kids at the Boston Children’s Museum.
Another masterpiece by Pablo Eduardo: Las Furias, a homage to the transformational power of music. The sculptor worked with steel and wood and lifted his creations, the weeping furies from the myth of Orpheus & Eurydice, up in the sky. By adding bells to each pillar, he created an auditory experience as well.