Saturday, March 29, 2008

From the Archives



This is an old photo, but I went through almost every photo in my (digital) archives this morning* and remembered how much I love it. I took this photo when Whit and I were meeting up for lunch and a photo adventure one afternoon. I thought the clouds looked amazing. I showed it to her when she showed up, and she laughed, pulled out her camera, and showed me these photos she had taken earlier in the day.

That's the Old South Church, a UCC church at the corner of Dartmouth and Boylston in Back Bay. The T sign is for the entrance/exit to the Copley stop on the green line.

On a personal and slightly related note - if you're in Boston and need a good massage, just behind me in this photo, on the 2nd floor, is Boston Bodyworker. See Stephanie, and tell her that Sarah and Whit sent you. You will not regret it.

* Yes, my eyes are very tired and dry right now. I need a break from the computer screen now!

5 comments:

George Townboy said...

I love this photo! I attended that church when it was Congregational, but only because my mother told me to, lol.

I have a picture of me as a kid standing on the steps waiting for the bus to take me to Boy Scout camp, lol.

Curly said...

Great picture today thanks!

I apologise for this "mass comment" but I could do with your help today over at South Shields Daily Photo. Help promote the rights of photographers!

The Lone Beader said...

Good shot with the T sign! Fits in well with the beaded Boston trolley I just started to work on. :)

Murph said...

I check in on your blog daily and think this is one of your best. I live in Oregon now, but always look forward to your peek at Boston. Great shot! When I'm home, usually at Christmas, the Copley stop is usually my first stop and always love that church. I think the contrast between the other church next to the Hancock is one of the most stunning views in the city. Thanks for keeping me connected to home!

Mails said...

Stephanie should be sainted...or knighted...or whatever they give to people with the most amazing massage skills EVER!