Monthly Archives: August 2013

Hope for our future…

Children.  Let us teach them well and bring them up properly so that we can hand over this world to them and pray they don’t mess it up any worse than we have else we are never going to be … Continue reading

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Ron

While moving through the hustle and bustle around Copley Square in Boston I saw him.  I don’t know what it was that made me stop but something called to me.  There were so so many homeless in and around the … Continue reading

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One Door – Two Faiths

Emmanuel Episcopal Church and Central Reform Temple; sharing one building – sharing God’s love.  Newbury Street, Boston, Massachusetts.

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Travel Week Continues: What are the walls saying?

Harvard Square launched The Outside In Project; creating art to end homelessness.  Events to raise awareness are to occur in Boston, New York, Albuquerque, Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, Portland and Chicago. This was a very moving and thought provoking display. … Continue reading

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Harvard Square

Taking the DH tour of his old stomping grounds we disembarked the red line and popped up in Harvard Square.  It was a busy and very interesting place with people milling about – locals, students, parents, protesters – places to … Continue reading

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What the boffins at MIT were up to!

Ok, this would’ve been one awesomely cool workshop!  Photo taken inside of Toscanni’s Ice Cream in Cambridge, Mass.  Really good ice cream; no photos of it as I was a bit – ahem – busy enjoying it and listening to … Continue reading

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Travel Week Continues: The MBTA or I’ve got someplace to go

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, or the T as it’s commonly known, is the public operator of most bus, subway, commuter rail and ferry routes in the greater Boston, Massachusetts area.  The lines are color coded (red, green, blue, silver, … Continue reading

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Trinity Church, Boston – Daytime views

I was told by a local that the inside of the church was as amazing as the outside but as often as I walked past it I alas did not go in.  On the list to do when we return.  … Continue reading

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Trinity Church, Boston – At Night

We were walking back from eating some very good “lobstah” when we came up to the back of the church.  I looked up at it in the night sky and it just hit me! I had to take the shot.  … Continue reading

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Travel Week continues: Two in One

I love taking reflection shots; there is just something so fascinating about them.  In this case I forget the name of the building that’s doing the reflecting but the reflections are of Trinity Church (built 1872-1877) and of the Fairmont … Continue reading

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