Photo Preview: Boston & Cambridge

Last month, I went to Boston, Massachusetts. It was my first time there, and for the most part, I had a blast. Because of car problems, I didn’t get to see as much as I wanted, but I still managed to take several hundred pictures of both Boston and Cambridge. I plan on posting more photos eventually, but first, let me show you a few of my favorites from the trip:


Harvard Coop

The Harvard Coop is by far the biggest bookstore I’ve ever seen. There were four floors of books, excluding textbooks.




Kevin White


Newbury Street

Photo from Newbury Street

Boston Skyline

The Boston Skyline, from the Kennedy Greenway. There is a freeway under this park, but on a bright July afternoon, you’d never know it.

Green Monster

A remnant of Boston’s Central Artery, now underground.

I’d love to go back to Massachusetts someday and get more pictures of the city. I’d love to get some more pictures of the Back Bay and Boston Commons, as well as some pictures of Cambridge on a bright, sunny day. There are a lot of awesome sights to see, and I really want to go back. When I do, what should I photograph? Let me know in the comment section.

Steve Lovelace

Steve Lovelace is a writer and graphic artist. After graduating Michigan State University in 2004, he taught Spanish in Samoa before moving to Dallas, Texas. He blogs regularly at

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8 Responses

  1. John Doe says:

    This is a test as well.

  2. Sheila says:

    This is not a test. These pics are awesome!!

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