Winter has made Boston dark and gloomy for the past few months, and is it just me or does it also make all of the litter multiply? Maybe it’s just more noticeable the drearier it gets. Last week we finally got a bit of fantastic light. I had to do a little sun chasing, but for the first time since moving to Boston, I knew exactly where in the city I needed to be.
Every Thursday I ride the T from North Station in downtown Boston, to Porter Square. The red line that takes me there pulls above ground as it crosses Longfellow bridge, and opens up this gorgeous view of the city. And every Thursday, I think to myself “I have to shoot that!” So finally, I did. I wanted to give you and idea of the impressiveness of the skyline, but I’ll get to that in a bit. First, the red line crossing the Longfellow bridge: And finally, without further adieu, the beautiful city I see through the tiny MBTA window every weekday: