Friday night I went to Pittsfield Massachusetts to visit with my younger brother Pete and see what I could capture with my cameras. We went to a restaurant called Otto’s for dinner.
I could not believe the size of the Otto Special Hamburgers we were served. It was one of the best sandwiches I have ever had.
After dinner my brother took me around the city and we took images of the various cityscapes that presented themselves. The Capitol Theater had been restored and recently reopened as a Senior Center. Several other locations had been restored and the City presented itself well. I was led to the alley way by Pete and took several shots with different lighting. All in all it was a great night and I am looking forward to going back soon.
On a warm July evening I attended a photowalk sponsored by Hunt’s Photo on the Fan Pier in Boston. We traveled along the waterfront from the Barking Crab to the Liberty Ship where the Boston Tea Party occurred. We shot images from Fan Pier from sunset through dark. The walk finished up at the Fort Point Park at the Rose Kennedy Greenway Sculpture. The images were captured during my stroll.
I took the day off to experience the Annual Carnival Parade that caps the week long festivities in Provincetown. I was told it was unique and an experience. It was all of that.
It was hard to the marchers from the tourists and residents. Everyone had an unbelieveable time. I shot some great images just a few of which are here. I am already making plans for next year.