As the icy waters attest, it was a chilly evening at the Charlestown Navy Yard. The USS Constitution will only be in the water for a short time longer as “Old Ironsides” awaits her upcoming move into drydock for a major overhaul. “Neighborhood […]
“It was so cold …” Are you ready for that all day? Well, it was so cold this morning that smoke was rising on Boston Harbor. Here is Thursday morning’s sunrise looking toward the Harbor Islands. “Neighborhood Photo” is a […]
The snow was short-lived changing to rain this weekend. Ruth Marchese captures the sleet amid the bright lights of Hanover Street and Mike’s Pastry, titling this photo Snowfall & Sweets. Photo by Ruth Marchese “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. […]
I caught this North End and skyline winter shot of the Gassy along Prince and Snow Hill Streets last night before the white stuff was supposed to hit. Photo by Matt Conti. “Neighborhood Photo” is a regular feature on NorthEndWaterfront.com. […]
Take your best shot putting together this 48-piece jigsaw picture puzzle. The scene is a familiar one this time of year with people rushing from place to place. This photo shows the Hanover Street hustle and bustle on a recent […]
The latest from photographer Eric Ambrette: This photo is another addition to my growing portfolio of photographs of the Boston skyline as seen from Piers Park in East Boston. If you have ever watched a nationally televised sporting event held […]
Bob Somerville takes in the scene this weekend looking at our two closest bridges, the “oldest” N. Washington Street (Charlestown) Bridge and the “widest” Zakim Bunker Hill Bridge.
Photo mystery: The North End once had a Jewish enclave. The photo above looks like it was taken in the early Twentieth Century and the legend said it was the corner of North Bennet and Salem Streets. But, I think that […]