2012-Happy New Year from Boston.

Ice Sculpture welcomes in the New Year...

New Years in Boston…

Boston celebrates the New Years with First Night” events that actually run all day. Here is a look at “First Night in Boston-2012″. Eileen and I spent the New Years weekend with our friends Yona and Paul who live in Boston. While I’m not a fan of the Beantown teams, I do think the city is a fun place to visit and shoot. We were also lucky that our friends Dan and Shelley came up from the Cape to spend a day with us as well.

First Night…

The food vendors were out in full force…

There were music events throughout the city. Here is one in  The First Church of Christ, Scientists…an organ recital by Bryan Ashley

Bryan Ashley at the organ in the First Church of Christ, Scientists...

Ice sculptures were found throughout the city…

Four Seasons in Ice...love the watermelon martini and the Boston Marathon ice blocks...

2012...Ice Sculpture in front of the Public Library...

The Parade is for the kids in all of us…

Waiting for the parade to begin...

Watching the parade from the Apple store...

Parade passes by the throngs of onlookers...

The Moravian Stars were out…

The Moravian Stars...

If you weren’t watching the parade you might be ice skating in the Boston Commons

Ice Skating in the Commons...

The people were out in full force…

They don't look their age...

Dan and Shelley checking out one of the activities near Quincy Market...

The Lady in Red...

I think I know her...

The evening ended with fireworks over Boston Harbor. We observed from our friends’ apartment…

Fireworks over the Harbor...

Wishing everyone of you a wonderful, happy, healthy and prosperous 2012! Just remember these three letters for 2012:

ABO!

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5 thoughts on “2012-Happy New Year from Boston.

  1. Nice images Ellery, was great to share part of the weekend with you guys, tho not sure when you snuck that shot in, always have to be on the look out for you. Happy New Year, think 2012 is going to be a banner year.

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