This is from my perspective walking from Washington and Berkely Street, away from an excellent Japanese restaurant where our son and I had a late lunch. Our daughter had to work, I’ll facetime with her later, but trust me when I say lunch was delicious. The sushi was creative, small portions of handcrafted ocean goodness and we enjoyed ourselves immensely.
While we were walking back towards South Station, my son asked me why was I taking pictures right there. I told him because I wanted a contrast between the new and old, the pretty and the ugly, the rich and the poor because it takes all to make a city what it is, an amalgam of all humanity.
Boston is so much more than shiny new towers and touristy attractions, there are cultures and family stories to be found at every street corner. I wanted to shine a lens on it while I was there.