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Scott

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I took a walk around the Fort Point Channel and around some of the Fort Hill and Post Office Square area.

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Couldn't decide which sea gull pic I liked better so you get both...

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Nantucket Lightship at Rowes Wharf

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Under the elevated Central Artery that is soon to be torn down.

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Post Office Square

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Maria, when will you stop lying?

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Tea Party ship and the Childrens Museum.

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Summer Street looking towards the intersection of Dorchester Ave

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Gteat Pictures Scott! I cant wait untill I visit Boston, untill then please keep the picture's coming!

And that bird's make a bit of a 'mess' on that dustbin. ;)

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Thanks for the great photo set. The cement stacks that are prominent in some of the pictures will soon be hidden inside the new Intercontinental Hotel that is supposed to break ground next month. Gulls are cute but they sure do sh*t a lot?!

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I like the second gull photo.

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Very nice photos. Boston is one of the greatest cities in the country! :)

I love the look upon the waterfront. Not very many photos you see are taken that show the waterfront that close up against the skyline.

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I think he means the Artery Tunnel Vent.

metro: A hotel will be built around that shortly.

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The new red a green one is 470 atlantic ave. I think you can go up to the roof there to an open air observatory. The long brick one is russia wharf. It/s also slated for a large develpment over 400'. There are renderings of it and the hotel project around the stacks (500 atlantic ave) in the new buildings section of the forum.

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