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Friday, 17 November 2017

Boston Reflections


The Boston Tea Party


Financial district Reflections...


Along the Charles River


Old North Church

Joining Tanya HERE

Weekend Reflections HERE

20 comments:

  1. When I saw your title I laughed and thought about a tea party. lOL

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  2. I love the window reflections! They are so clear. And you can even see the red couches at the bottom. The yellow ship is beautiful. Is it a replica of the Boston Tea Party one? It looks big! But then I see it with all the tall buildings behind, and that perspective makes it look smaller.

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    1. Hi Ginny!
      Thanks for your comments! The ships are listed as 'authentically restored' and are named the Eleanor and the Beaver.

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  3. I love early American history. Thanks for sharing the sights around Boston.

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  4. Great urban reflections in those glass buildings. Love seeing the tea party sailing ship.

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  5. So beautiful. Na so'n lives One Year in Great barrington. He often visited Boston and i habe Seen a lot of Pictures Form Boston. Such a Beautiful Town.
    Best regards
    Susa

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  6. Hello, gorgeous tour of Boston and beautiful reflections. Baltimore's harbor has a similar looking ship call the Constellation. Happy Friday, enjoy your weekend!

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  7. Old North Church is my favourite of these!

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  8. Love old ships. Is it a reproduction or refurbished? - Margy

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    1. Hi Margy
      They are 'authentically restored' ships involved in the Tea Party, the Eleanor and the Beaver.
      Thanks!

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  9. Great reflections, Christine. You had great weather on your trip!

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  10. ...I like the mix of old and new!

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  11. WOW! Wonderful reflection captures.

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  12. Love those first reflections, and love The Boston Tea Party, and what a fine church!

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  13. Hi Christine.

    Super nice pictures.

    Groettie from Patricia.

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  14. Wonderful reflections, Christine!

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  15. Good Sunday morning from Colville. The baby is sleeping and I have some computer time. There are lots of great spots to reflect on in Boston! Hope your weekend was a good one.

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