It’s been four great years, Boston, but it’s time to say goodbye and move on to my next adventure. I’ve learned to love New England (particularly in the summer… ahem), and I thought the best way to say goodbye was through some pictures I took of this iconic city and amazing region…
The iconic Fenway Park. Home of the Red Sox. World Series Champion. Symbol of Boston Strong.
Boston Common. The oldest public park in the United States. Amazing, as always, on summer days.
The Boston Public Library showing its “pride.”
Heading to Cambridge on the T and caught this view of downtown Boston out the window. The Prudential Center at right.
Views in and around downtown Boston.
There are some things I love about Boston, but the T is not one of them. Cute, yes. Slow as all get out, absolutely.
A view of Cambridge and the gates of Harvard University.
The “Washington Elm“–the fabled place where George Washington first took command of the Continental Army.
Posing with the world’s largest rotating globe at Babson College.
And, of course, my alma mater, Boston College. Pictures would not be complete without multiple “Gassongrams” of Gasson Hall. Opened in 1913, its one of the reasons BC is known as the “City on the Hill.” Find out more here.
The view of the interior (below) doesn’t do the soaring rotunda justice.
Other views of the classic gothic architecture all around Boston College’s campus.
.Views of Alumni Stadium where the BC Eagles play football.
Proof that the light of god shines down on BC football. 😉
Posing with the Doug Flutie statue commemorating his famous “Hail Mary” pass.
Autumn views of in and around Boston.
Then, of course, it’s Boston in the snow…
I’ll miss parts of you Boston… not this part. 😉