I grew up in and around Boston. I went to Emerson College in Boston and worked for various theatre companies around Boston.
One thing I love to do when I go home for a visit is to walk around the city. I always find something new and unique to photograph.
For a city as old as Boston, it can be magical in broad daylight.
High above Boylston Street, this Angelic face watches the masses of people below.
A winged Lion stands guard over the old Armory.
- The Masks of Comedy and Tragedy adorn the Emerson Majestic Theatre. It’s hard to believe that this was once a run down movie house showing martial arts flicks. Now it’s been restored to it’s original glory.
These Gargoyles stare out from their perches high above Wall St.
I imagine that they come to life at night when the city is still and all of us humans have gone to bed.
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