Snow Days in Boston and Cambridge

“The color of springtime is in the flowers; the color of winter is in the imagination.”
─Terri Guillemets

Boston and Cambridge, beautiful cities that offer fascinating scenes during four seasons, captured my heart since the first day of winter had started. Cold, but beautiful. I am so thankful that I could have had experience spending winter excitement. But among those great pleasures, nothing compares incredible views since the sun rises at 7 a.m. and sets at 4.30 p.m. Here some of the shots I took during winter time in Boston and Cambridge.

Boston

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After blizzard in Boston Common
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The streets after snow days at Park Street
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Afternoon at Boston Common
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Squirrel played snow, Boston Common

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The Point, North End

Sometimes the sun shines brightly, and it would be a good day to stroll along the North End.

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Sunny day in the middle of winter at the City Hall

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Christopher Columbus Park

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Afternoon view from my front porch

Cambridge

Views from the Anderson Memorial Bridge, Cambridge

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Scenes around Harvard area

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Thank you for visiting my blog page, I would like some comments for my blog and photography skill improvements. Let me know if you want some recommended winter activities around Boston and Cambridge, send me an email through the link in contact above.

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