Special opportunity – Photo Workshop inside a beautiful church – Our Lady of Victories, Boston. Jan 31, 12:30 – 4PM. Work with Steve inside, using existing light + some artificial supplements, PC/TS lenses. This superb venue will close soon. Intermediate and Advanced photographers – 5 maximum. $140 + $20 donation to the church. Lightroom follow-up at Steve’s studio. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. Our Lady of Victories (built 1883) is at 27 Isabella Street, Boston, MA. Near Arlington St., and Park Plaza.
New 14 ft mural of the campus for Harvard Continuing Education. This aerial fills the back wall of the new Welcome Center. Hassie H4 from E. P. Levine, Helicopter R44 from Blue Hill. Thanks to Seaport Graphics for printing, mounting & installation. Lighting strip & countertop not quite finished in the view.
The Alvah Kittredge House, in Roxbury, dates from 1836. Once grand, it was almost abandoned and derelict until a recent restoration by Historic Boston, Inc. Mayor Walsh and neighborhood dignitaries attended the celebration of this work last week. Afterwards, some clean-up workers and balloons were still there. A Greek Revival classic. Preservation at work.
On this anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings, consider this earlier view of the runners at Hereford Street, 2009. This is one of 2 blurred images that will be shown at City Hall next week….taken from a step ladder, so 9 feet up.
The Fiesta of St. Anthony of Padua begins today in Boston’s North End. Named “Feast of all Feasts” and voted “Best of Boston”, the festival was begun by immigrants from Montefalcione. This image made from the scaffolding behind their stage. A low-altitude aerial. I made a video that runs on their website http://www.stanthonysfeast.com