The Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge is a wide cable-stayed bridge connecting Boston and Charlestown, Massachusetts over the Charles River. Part of interstate 93, it was built as part of Boston’s “big dig” project. The bridge was named after the civil rights activist Lenny Zakim and the American colonists who fought the British in the Battle of Bunker Hill.
Minuteman Statue at North Bridge
This iconic statue in Concord, Massachusetts was sculpted by Daniel Chester French in 1875. It commemorates the Minute Men, colonists who organized during the Revolutionary War to form trained militia groups in anticipation of battle against Great Britain. These men were often farmers as indicated by the plowshare in the statue. Typically deployed as sharpshooters and skirmishers, they prepared their equipment such that they could quickly be ready to fight, hence the term Minute Men.
Parker River NWR Boardwalk
The Parker River National Wildlife Refuge preserves over 4700 acres of salt marsh, sand dunes, and beachfront on the north shore of Massachusetts at Plum Island, not far from Newburyport.
Skaters on Frog Pond
I took this photograph, enhanced by artistic filters, of skaters on Frog Pond in Boston Common. The John Hancock skyscraper rises in the background. This ice rink typically opens in mid-November as can been seen by the leaves still on the trees. Ice skate rentals and lessons are available, services provided by the Skating Club of Boston in partnership with the Boston Parks and Recreation Department.
Boston Harbor Schooner
I have works on display at the following exhibitions in November: