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Tuesday, November 3, 2020

Boston Public Gardens Snowliage

 I feel like I'm all over the place here on the blog this Fall. I know yesterday I wrote that the next several blog posts would feature pictures from Vermont, but I decided to change it up and post photos I took this past weekend in The Boston Public Gardens the morning after our Fall snowstorm. 


It was a cold morning with the temperatures in the upper 20's, but it was 100 percent sunny skies and virtually no wind....a very comfortable morning to walk through the city.







The walking bridge across the lagoon:


skyline and snowliage reflections:


More skyline reflections:


Many people were out and about on this beautiful morning:




George Washington greets visitors coming in this entrance to the Gardens



The lagoon bridge:



I hope you enjoyed viewing these as much as I enjoyed taking them. I can't say what the next blog post will be about.....Vermont??.....cranberry bogs??......Boston's Beacon Hill???? I have a lot of posting to do as I've made the most out of this Fall season. I'm not particularly looking forward to this Winter and what it may bring with the covid surge so I've been out while I can.

Stay safe and healthy my friends! xxoo

7 comments:

  1. The sun burst photo is stunning. Beautiful photographs. All the years growing up in the area, I don't recall visiting the Common in winter.

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    1. Thank you Salty. I don’t believe I’ve been there in the snow before either. It was such a bonus from Mother Nature to provide the beautiful snow.

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  2. Great viewing. Everything looks so interesting in the snow. You captured it well.

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    1. Thank you very much Ed. I really appreciate that.

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  3. Gorgeous photos. . . I particularly liked the skyline and “ snowliage reflection.” :-()
    They are all beautiful.

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  4. Gorgeous photos. . . I particularly liked the skyline and “ snowliage reflection.” :-()
    They are all beautiful.

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  5. How lovely to visit the Gardens in the softness of the snow! Frosting on the trees and bushes and footprints on the walkways.

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