Lonely Lunch Time Snow Walk
When I got home from a Holiday Party last night I found an email from the City News writer for BostonInno, the view from inside Boston, who said she was working on a “Best Boston Photos of the Year” post and asked if she could include some of my photos, with credit and link-back to my website or Flickr. After a quick exchange that basically amounted to me saying “sure”, I wasn’t really sure what to expect from the article. Well, it turns out the piece is not just a random collection of cool shots of the city, but is titled 50 Incredible Photos of Boston in 2011: Year in Review and:
takes a look back at the ups, the downs and beautiful moments from the past 12 months. From Hurricane Irene and tornadoes in the west, to the Bruins winning the Stanley Cup and Boston remembering 9/11, to Whitey Bulger’s capture and Occupy Boston, it’s been an incredible year filled with joy, sadness, anger, resilience and even fear for New Englanders. Below are 50 of Boston’s best moments captured in awe-inspiring photos.
Four of my photos –all representing that inevitable annual Boston phenomenon, snow– ended up making it into the article. Three are represented in this post. The article contains some nice shots of the city, along with Boston Globe and AP photos of key news events that made up Boston, 2011.
All-in-all, a very nice surprise to have my work included, with links back to my photography website just a couple weeks after it went live.
Stone Cold Lucy Stone