Fall in New England
My family and I spent the last week in New England to visit friends in Boston. Of course I was very happy to be there around peak foliage. New England is known to be one of the best places on the planet to marvel at fall colors. After arriving on Friday via Iceland we had to conquer a rainy day on Saturday (as Boston was hammered by an ex-Hurricane). On Sunday we drove out to New Hampshire going biking at Highland Mountainbike Park, an all time favorite of mine. I took my camera and was getting some cool shots from the lift.
Boston was the first ever city I visited in the USA back in 2011 and coming back here always feels great. This year was even cooler, as we got to see the Parade of the Red Sox after wining the MLB world series and showing our little one around. I found time to explore the shores of the Charles River of Cambridge looking over to Back Bay Boston, once in the late afternoon, with the sun from the west (or the right here in the image) and another time the next morning. I always liked the MIT sailing boat dock back in 2011, but never was into photography that much back then, so this time I am happy with what I got. Venturing further towards the Long Fellow Bridge I got a clean shot of four boats on a swimming board walk as a foreground. I was happy to see that the shot was sharp as the traffic on the Charles at 6.45 am in the morning is insane with rowing teams practicing. Before taking the T back to our friends home I got two moody shots on the Long Fellow Bridge and I was quite happy with what I got. Hope you like this little post!
Have a great week everyone.
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