A different kind of street photography in Boston

I don’t recall where I was going when it struck me that the Copley MBTA station we had used almost every day we were in Boston was quite interesting.  So if it looks good – shoot it!  It was while I was firing away that this interesting woman just appeared out of the blue and struck up a conversation about the station and Boston in general.  She mentioned things like interesting little hole in the wall places to eat and the history of some row houses.

When I politely thanked her and asked if I could take her photo she was not about to have that but for whatever reason she did want me to take this picture of her hand.  Go with the flow I say…

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Fine art photographer who loves to see and capture the amazing things in this world. Owner of Images by TDashfield photography. www.imagesbytdashfield.com
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12 Responses to A different kind of street photography in Boston

  1. The entrance to that station always catches my eye, though I doubt I’ve ever photographed it. Nice shots

  2. DeDivahDeals says:

    At least she gave you the peace sign – lol

  3. Natasha says:

    Thanks for linking up to this month’s Share The Love Blog Hop

    Natasha @ Serenity You

  4. dhphotosite says:

    Neato! That is the most ornate entrance to anything I have ever seen!

  5. Looks like a portal to somewhere magical. Lovely capture.

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