Unfortunately, I’ve missed a couple of weeks due to travel, but I’m glad to be back at it. Boston’ Bruins are clipping along quite well in the Stanley Cup Playoffs, so I thought I’d share a photo I took some time ago near their home at TD Garden. This statue immortalizes a goal scored by Bruin great Bobby Orr – it is one of the most famous goals in the history of the Bruins, the NHL, and hockey as a whole.
Boston week photo #16:
This is simply a photo showing part of the Boston skyline I took recently. The city is trying hard to go back to normal after the events that took place over the past 5 days. Boston and the surrounding cities are truly resilient; people are out enjoying a beautiful spring day all the while remembering those who were most deeply affected by the tragic events. We’re all hoping that the nonsense has come to an end after the incredibly brave and heroic effort put forth by our local, state and federal law enforcement officers and service men and women. We do know one thing for sure – this city and the entire country will remain Boston Strong.
Boston weekly photo #15:
Recently I was given a tour of the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) in Kendall Square. The building is 14 floors filled with start-ups who are trying to change the world we live in. Needless to say, it’s an inspiring place to be. I snapped a quick pic out of one of the windows on the 14th floor. It gives you a great view of Cambridge/Boston and the Charles River.
Today I jumped on my bike without any sort of plan. At one point I ended up in Chinatown, so I snapped a quick picture. Beyond this arch are streets teeming with people going to shops and restaurants for authentic Asian items and cuisine. I think I’ll be coming back again soon for some dumpling at the famous Boston Dumpling House.
Boston Weekly Photo #10:
Here stands the Bunker Hill Monument, site of the legendary Battle of Bunker Hill. At it’s base is a museum dedicated to the battle and American revolutionary history. It’s a popular tourist stop as it lies on the Freedom Trail. My favorite part of this picture may be the bottom right under the lamp post – there is a photographer using some classic equipment to get some shots.