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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.

 Orange sunset at Christopher Columbus Park
Orange sunset at Christopher Columbus Park
 Dressed in White, the Prado, Paul Revere Mall
Dressed in White, the Prado, Paul Revere Mall
 Hanover Street after the storm
Hanover Street after the storm
 Snow covered DeFilippo Playground (Gassy) with Boston Skyline
Snow covered DeFilippo Playground (Gassy) with Boston Skyline
 Sunset over the Brinks Garage and Zakim Bridge
Sunset over the Brinks Garage and Zakim Bridge
 Heavy white snow on Union Wharf tree
Heavy white snow on Union Wharf tree
 Greenway
Greenway’s North End Parks and Boston Skyline on a winter night
 White forest at Christopher Columbus Park
White forest at Christopher Columbus Park
 Glow and white edges on Hanover Street
Glow and white edges on Hanover Street
 Yellow sky over Christopher Columbus Park
Yellow sky over Christopher Columbus Park
 Prado trees hang with snow
Prado trees hang with snow
 Christopher Columbus Park snow covered trellis and trees
Christopher Columbus Park snow covered trellis and trees
 Blowing up orange along Boston Harbor
Blowing up orange along Boston Harbor
 Rising clouds over the Greenway
Rising clouds over the Greenway’s North End Parks
 Glistening white trees at the Union Wharf parking lot
Glistening white trees at the Union Wharf parking lot
 Old North Spire rises over the Prado
Old North Spire rises over the Prado’s winter trees

Photos by Matt Conti.

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15 COMMENTS

    • The last photo of the Old North Church would make a great postcard, esp. for sale in the Old North gift shop. Is it possible to buy a print?

  1. Matt, why do you have Facebook sharing link? I’ve tried to share a couple of things this week, right after I got the newsletter, and I get the “content no longer available” message. A little frustrating….

  2. Hi Jeanne,
    Hmmm, which Facebook sharing link are you using, on the website the little box above with the “f” in it? I just tried it on my side and it seemed to work. That link should work regardless of the timing of the newsletter. I will take another look. Thanks for letting me know.
    Matt

  3. What is their left to say ???? When I posted these photos on my Facebook profile Page, I captioned it “My Kind of Town ” !!!!!!! These should hang in City Hall~~~At least we could BRIGHTEN THAT PLACE UP A BIT !!!!!!! You should get an award for your work~~~especially for these photos !!! Thanks for reminding us of the BEAUTY around us !!

  4. Wow, never seen anything like this. You’re a pro. The orange one is my favorite, as that is one of my favorite spots!

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