Copley Square – Then and Now

Seriously! Give it a rest why don’t you winter!!!  Enough! Cold, snow, wind chills, more snow and then more snow on top of that!  I’m thankful that while it’s been awfully cold here in Ohio we have not had to suffer with Snowmaggedon like in the northeast.  I saw a photo online the other day of them scaling “mountains” of snow at MIT in Cambridge, Mass and some guy playing golf on a mound of snow in Copley Square…so I decided to do a then and now post.  Winter bites!

Then:

August 2013

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Now:

February 2015

Image from http://www.Boston.com

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20 Responses to Copley Square – Then and Now

  1. Gosh…I hope the winter is over soon!
    Great image at the opening!

  2. Son of Sharecroppers says:

    That’s a fun comparison!

  3. Dave Phalen says:

    Attended Trinity Church growing up in Lexington. Love both shots and the comparison. Hard to complain about our weather in Columbus seeing what they’ve gone through.

  4. I like the perspective you took on the shot of the Hancock Tower. Shooting at the corner gives it an interesting perspective. Nice. The Boston Globe (Boston.com) always has great images.

  5. Nice reflective image. I’d think that those in the Boston area would prefer this scene to the one that they now have. When you get back to Boston if you’ve not photographed inside the Public Library, you really should. It has some great spaces included the reading room.

    • Thanks for the tip! We stayed at a hotel right behind the library and walked past it everyday…wish I had known this then but will put it on my to do list. Went to the NYC public library last year and the best parts were closed for remodeling 😦

  6. Great photos! The reflection in the first is stunning!

  7. etomczyk says:

    This is really cool! I’m so amazed at how you just “happen” upon such incredible sights. Great contrast.

  8. A. Blake says:

    This too shall pass…only a few more weeks and the allergy season begins. Enjoy the weekend and stay warm.

  9. Kristina says:

    great reflection! 🙂

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