Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Black and White Wednesday ~ Rooftops


Boston's Copley Square was named for the painter John Singleton Copley.
The glory of the historical buildings around the square are reflected in the John Hancock tower
that was added to this cityscape in 1976.
If you're a Bostonian, this square is a slice of home.
If you're a tourist, this square is a must see.
I love wandering around these parts of our city and imagining all the stories
these rooftops could tell.
Stories about how things have changed,
and how they're still the same.

 {trinity church roof top}

 {public library - 1895}

 {trinity church 1877}

{old south church - 1873}

"May you always have walls for the winds,
a roof for the rain,
tea beside the fire,
laughter to cheer you,
those you love near you
and all your heart might desire."
Irish Blessing


My Memory Art
Hope you'll link up your Black and White photos here today!
And I'm happy to be sharing this glimpse of my lovely city with

22 comments:

  1. I love the reflection shot - and the last photo is gorgeous!

    I also really enjoyed the irish blessing.

    I'm having so much fun with this link-up - it's really challenging me and (I think) helping me grow in my photography. Thanks for hosting!

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  2. This photo set is absolutely perfect done in black and white.
    Boston is on my bucket list. I wonder if I will find it as charming in person as you capture it with your lens!
    Love that blessing. Fits my loves perfectly.

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  3. That reflection shot of Trinity church is amazing. Lovely Irish blessing to complete the post.

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  4. All places that I love :) great shots and I love the quote.

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  5. Great shots!


    http://pienilintu.blogspot.fi/

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  6. Thank you for hosting! Have a wonderful day!

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  7. Hi Adrienne, I agree with May that those beautiful buildings really stand out in black and white. Verrrry nice!

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  8. I just love Copley - such a great mix of old and new. My friends and I love hanging by the fountains in the summer and keeping our feet cool!

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  9. i have been to Boston during one of my last american trip and i simply love your city!! the park, the streets, the bay...i can't wait to come back with my daughters! i'll ask you some good advice when it will be ;)

    http://m-as-me.blogspot.it/

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  10. Who needs Europe when we have such beautiful and intricate architecture here in the States! Love Boston :)

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  11. Excellent photos of Boston's highlights ~ I went to college in Boston ~ grandmother lived in the Back Bay so all your photos bring warm memories to my heart ~ thanks, xxx

    artmusedog and carol
    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  12. love the sharpness to these -- great shots!!!!!

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  13. Never been to Boston - and these photos makes me what to go just to photograph such buildings and streets -- these shots are well done...they tell a story.
    HUgs

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  14. I love the mixture of old and new buildings in Boston.

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  15. The details on that 2nd photo are pretty impressive.

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  16. Beautiful. There is something about having them in B&W that makes them so timeless!

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  17. WoW!!! love these in black & white!!!

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  18. Eine interessante Foto-folge, die in schwarz-weiß ihren besonderen Touch bekommt.
    LG
    Jutta

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  19. enjoyed this post very much. :)

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