The Guggenheim -
The only thing worth doing at the Guggenheim is to look up.
Boston Library Courtyard -
The courtyard of the Boston Public Library is designed a bit like the courtyard in a medieval Italian villa.
Running from the Picture -
Nobody seems to want to be in this photo.
Segway Tours -
Here I am walking around the city with my human legs like some kind of sucker.
"Free Hugs" -
I see a lot of chatting going on here, but I only actually saw one hug the entire time I was there.
The Street Performance -
Her friends look on with a lack of amazement as she has a straw literally whipped from her fingers.
Homeless Street Performer -
I can't even sleep on my back, let alone on a slab of concrete in the middle of a busy city square. I wasn't about to wake this man up and find out how he carries on.
The Dog Walker -
The first time I saw a dog walker, I couldn't figure out why the man had so many pets. Luckily I had my camera to capture the odd scene.
Santa Rosalia Di Palermo Procession -
This parade in Boston's North End involves marching two dollar bill covered saints around the neighborhood, while a band follows the around.
Little League Spokeswoman -
If you're going to stand on a sidewalk and ask for donations, Harvard Square is as good a location as any other.
Pre-game Festivities -
Before the Red Sox won the World Series, this section of Yawkee way was open to all comers (now, you must be a ticketholder). Hundreds pass by as the band plays a jaunty tune.
Jason Varitek Catches a Pop-foul -
This was during a day/night doubleheader vs. the Toronto Blue Jays, where the Red Sox lost 8-1. They won the second game, though.
2008 ALCS, Game 5 -
If you walk around Fenway Park with any large-ish camera, and a ticket in a placard, people will think you are the press. These children's custodian insisted I take their photo. "Sure, why not."
Times Square -
Few places epitomize the big-city environment like Times Square, New York.