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Sunday, May 6, 2007

A bit of springtime photography.

Cambridge Public Library construction, ©2007 by Chris Walton

Yesterday Mrs Philocrites and I were walking past the Cambridge Public Library's fenced-off construction zone — the city is excavating an underground expansion and upgrading the old building — when I happened to catch a glimpse of a bright orange construction vehicle between slats in the fence. I stuck my camera's lens through the fence, took the shot, and then got to see what's on the other side. A very nice mix of oranges and blues, perfect for a bit of website illustration, don't you think?

Yellow blossoms, by Chris WaltonThis past week, most of the flowering trees in Boston and Cambridge seem to have finally bloomed (two weeks later than last year). This thumbnail is from a picture of a tree I especially love. I also paid attention to a tree near Harvard Square that blossomed January 6 during our mid-winter heat wave; it's struggling to look festive now. Happy spring at last, my fellow New Englanders!

Copyright © 2007 by Philocrites | Posted 6 May 2007 at 8:10 PM

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