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New Science Harvard SEAS SEC

The Paulson Center for Science, Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) at Harvard University anchors the new Allston campus, just west of the Stadium and the Business School, on Western Avenue. Architect Stefan Behnisch has designed a wonderful new temple to … Continue reading

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Raffles Boston penthouse rendering

The Raffles Hotel project in Boston has begun its marketing campaign. Recent articles in Forbes and Boston.com show several renderings of the tower, located on Stuart Street, between Clarendon and Dartmouth. This image shows the penthouse terrace, with a view … Continue reading

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Touro Synagogue

The oldest synagogue in America was built to serve the Sephardic Jewish community in Newport, led by Isaac Touro. The architect, Peter Harrison, was already known for his work at King’s Chapel in Boston and the Redwood library in Newport. … Continue reading

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Harvard SEAS Science and Engineering

The Paulson Center for Science, Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) at Harvard University anchors the new Allston campus, just west of the Stadium and the Business School. Architect Stefan Behnisch has designed a wonderful new temple to Science, with a … Continue reading

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Drone evening Providence highway

Rush hour on Rt 95, as seen by the I2 drone flying over Federal Hill warehouses. This project was conceived for time-lapse, but some still frames are amazing on their own.

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Olmsted Oaks Franklin Park aerial

Franklin Park, designed by F. L. Olmsted, ca 1885. Oblique aerial showing the oak trees with autumn colors.

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UAV – Drone photo of the week – construction

The UAV point of view allows low altitude work with surprising compositions. This construction site image was made from about 75 feet up.

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Boston College – Aerial view UAV

Boston College, Bapst Library. Photo drone UAV at about 200 ft elevation. Architect = Maginnis and Walsh, 1925

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“Above Boston” photo exhibit, Concord, MA

This image – “Sunrise skyline from East Boston” is the key photo in my exhibit “Above Boston” opening March 1 at Trinity Episcopal Church Parish Hall, 81 Elm St., Concord, MA. The show runs until May 1. Artist reception on … Continue reading

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Skyline photo of the week: Back Bay & transport corridor, snow

Back Bay, winter snow skyline evening view from the Arlington Street viaduct. Orange Line MBTA and Mass Turnpike.

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