The all-day Wednesday snow storm brought out kids of all ages to build snowmen. The whitening treatment also gave a frosty shimmer to the floating harbor ice. When it turned dark, the winter lights were all aglow.
[responsive_youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gunh4vtJI0I] Captain James “Jim” Hasson talked with residents this week at the November North End Public Safety Meeting along with Sgt. Thomas Lema from Boston Police District A-1. Captain Hasson previously worked in the North End about nine years ago before being promoted to captain in Roxbury and then West Roxbury. Going way back, Read More…
As the snow storm receded on Friday night, the trees and streets glistened with the heavy white snow. At sunset, a burst of color appeared bringing orange and yellow colors over the neighborhood’s parks. Here are some photos from an evening walk around Boston’s North End / Waterfront. Photos by Matt Conti.
Just in time for the post-Super Bowl celebrations, another snow storm is expected to hit on Sunday night and all-day on Monday, February 2nd. According to NOAA, conditions for rush hour on Monday will be difficult during both the morning and evening commutes. There will be a lot of blowing and drifting snow with Boston getting Read More…
9 Replies to “Frosty Snowmen, Icy Harbor & Winter Lights [Photo Gallery]”
Gorgeous Photos Matt!
Great Photos !! Hope you had on some nice warm snow boots !!!
Who needs National Geographic photo spreads when we have Matt!
I feel bad being in Jamaica and missing all this snow,yeah,right! Nice pictures Matt, I’m proud to be a North-Ender.
I love the picture of the Prado the best. Love the golden glow of the horse. The trees and the glowing lamposts look so pretty!
Matt, can you take some pictures of Copps Hill Terrace in the winter? It’s so pretty up there.
Hi Joyce, I actually do have some from the other night. I’ll post some shortly. Thanks for the suggestion. –Matt
Wonderful work, Matt. Congratulations for braving the storm and sharing your art with us. You’re the best!!
Even our daughters who live in NYC enjoyed your photos, Matt. Thank you for bringing smiles to all of us.
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