Lincoln Memorial -
Late afternoon light plays with this sculpture at the Lincoln Memorial. Someone took great care to put such detail in even the smallest aspects of the Memorial.
A Quiet Corner of the Library -
The old half of the Boston Public Library is one of my favorite places to explore. It's full of these ornately decorated spaces that almost nobody ever notices.
"Bacchante and Infant Faun" -
This fountain is in the courtyard of the Boston Public Library.
The Longfellow Bridge -
It's unfortunate that this bridge is in such disrepair. It's one of the more recognizable structures in Boston, and presents a welcoming entrance to Boston from Cambridge.
Center Plaza -
People complain about the architecture around Government Center in Boston, but I think the concrete, angular design has a nice and distinct feel to it.
Terminal B, Logan Airport -
Boston's Logan Airport terminal has some nice curves to it.
Old Boston Public Library Entrance -
The first sight you see as you enter the Library is fairly impressive.
Church Window -
In sunset, this window is a study in brown and gold.
Inside Old Fort Jackson -
I can't say I'd want to be here with cannonballs raining down around me.
A Pagoda -- in San Francisco? -
This can be found in the Japanese Tea Garden area of Golden Gate Park.