Dec 11, 2014 - 5 Comments - Boston, City, Lo Presti Park, Sunset -

Boston Cold

Boston Cold

It was a bitterly cold sunset when Bob, Mike and I visited Lo Presti Park in East Boston to shoot the Boston skyline.  Getting there a bit early only added to our enjoyment of early winter in Boston, but we stuck it out, and were rewarded with a pretty good sunset.  This spot has become one of my favorite places to photograph the skyline, with so many options for foreground interest in these old piers.

5 Responses to Boston Cold

  1. LensScaper

    Wonderful light, and such a bonus to see the panorama through a section of clear sky.

    11 Dec 2014 - Reply
  2. Edith Levy

    Simply beautiful Stephen.

    11 Dec 2014 - Reply
  3. Michael Criswell

    Awesome color and light Steve, I love this spot and cannot wait to get back there

    13 Dec 2014 - Reply
  4. These 30 Links Will Take You to The Finest Photos and Photography Articles of The Week - The Infinite Studio

    […] Boston Cold – a fabulous cityscape shot is featured and shared here on Steven Perlmutter’s post, showcasing the terrific city of Boston shot from across a harbor. Old wood piers add the perfect element to this piece, creating a natural leading line to gently guide the viewer through the frame and into the distance. […]

    24 Dec 2014 - Reply
  5. These 30 Links Will Take You to The Finest Photos and Photography Articles of The Week

    […] Boston Cold – a fabulous cityscape shot is featured and shared here on Steven Perlmutter’s post, showcasing the terrific city of Boston shot from across a harbor.  Old wood piers add the perfect element to this piece, creating a natural leading line to gently guide the viewer through the frame and into the distance. […]

    26 Dec 2014 - Reply

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