A week ago, I took a walk after work down to Christopher Columbus Park to photograph the trellis lit up in brilliant blue for the holiday season. The park on Boston’s waterfront opened in 1976 for the Bicentennial and was part of development surrounding Quincy Market and Faneuil Hall Marketplace area. The park’s gardens, trellis, and fountains can be seen here in summer.
Despite the very chilly evening the night before Thanksgiving, there were quite a few people out enjoying the display. Most folks were taking photos–primarily selfies with smartphones because of course. But there were also some serious photogs with tripod mounted DSLRs, including the photographer in the shot below. My photos here, btw, are all hand-held with my old Oly Pen m4/3 (which I now keep at work for just such excursions, while my Nikon DSLR and new Pen-F m4/3 sit waiting at home).