Boston is full of iconic scenes — from the Public Garden and Beacon Hill to the North End, these landmarks add up to make the Hub a walking city like no other.
The landmarks aren’t just fun for walkers, either. Boston’s geography and architecture also provide ample opportunity for photographers to show off their artistic talent, and capture the city in a truly unique way.
Sean Gold, a local photographer, endeavors each day to capture the different features, landscapes and cultures all present in Boston, with an eye towards drawing something special out of everyday scenes.
But right now, just sit back, scroll down and, in Sean’s words, enjoy what this wonderful world (and city!) has to offer.
A bird’s-eye view of Fenway Park captured during Game 6 of the World Series
Tall Ship Festival near the World Trade Center
The Zakim Bridge, as seen from the North Station overlook
Boston, as seen from the back of the U.S.S. WASP aircraft carrier
Quincy Market at nighttime
The ICA serving as a platform for divers during the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series
The new State House
Boston Harbor sunset on return from George’s Island
The Christian Science Center’s reflection pool
The Zakim Bridge, as seen from the pedestrian bridge
If you could have one of these framed and on your wall, which one would it be? Let us know in the comments! For more on all that Boston has to offer, click here.