On a foggy evening in Market Square, I decided to take advantage of dry weather and the moody winter landscape. The lighting allowed for long exposures and the street traffic brought the scene to a whole new level – as the headlights accentuated the curves in the buildings and the streets.
Posts Tagged as ‘Congress Street’
February 13, 2013
January 31, 2013
November 14, 2012
The earlier sunsets and the dynamic weather lately haven’t provided me with many chances to get out for sunset. Sunset on Tuesday afternoon was an exception – running out of the office early for an appointment, I noticed an incredible rainbow over the Custom House as seen from the parking lot of People’s United Bank. Of course I grabbed my camera and headed towards my appointment, but first made sure that I was able to make a stop on Congress Street to capture this scene.
October 18, 2012
A crescent moon rises over Congress Street downtown.
May 17, 2012
April 3, 2012
This is probably one of the last few evenings where the traffic (pedestrian and vehicular) will be nearly nonexistent in Market Square at 6:45 in the evening. I love how the light peeks over the tops of the buildings along Congress Street to mark the North Church clocktower and the buildings on the opposite side of the street.
February 6, 2012
The Congress Street corridor is a great spot to watch the light change during various points of the day. During the winter, the late day sunlight streaks across Congress Street, barely reaching the Breaking New Grounds building in Market Square. In this shot of the mid-afternoon, the North Church and the square enjoy some direct sunlight while the buildings on either side of the street create a claustrophobic view up the hill.