Back Bay

Back Bay is one of Boston’s most famous neighborhoods.  It’s known for its expensive 19th century Victorian brownstones, as well as other architecturally significant buildings/landmarks, such as The Prudential Center, Hynes Convention Center, etc.

I loved this next one because the reflective shot gave almost a “watery” look.

This is not something you typically see in New England at the end of November, but this unusally warm winter has made most of the flowers and plants a little confused…

Check out the window frames on this building – each one is different…

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~ by Angela DeSimone Photography on December 12, 2011.

10 Responses to “Back Bay”

  1. Those are some beautiful pictures!

  2. Looks like a nice area. Great shots!

  3. This is a terrific series! I haven’t been to Boston in years. I should drive up there (six hours or so). I would love to visit this area. Thanks for the tour!

  4. Wonderful series of images!

  5. Loved the compositions

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