On my usual route over the Keville footbridge there’s always a nice view of the South River. This photo from a few days ago is my contribution for World Photography Day. It was taken with an iPhone using the Halide app set for DNG. Several images, actually, all stitched together in Lightroom.
Today is Monday, May 25th.
There’s usually a small parade and ceremony at the local park to remember the fallen, but not this year. So here are a few photos from past years.
After last week’s ocean storm I went down to Brant Rock in Marshfield to take some photos on Friday. I used a Leica SL2 for both images and a big zoom to get the surfer doing the frug.
The scene at Roache Brothers today.
I took a walk around Boston with my camera today. These photos were taken between 1 PM and 4 PM on an unseasonably warm Friday afternoon. Usually the streets would be teeming with people on lunch break, shopping or just beginning their commute. But not today.
Fortunately people are are heeding instructions to practice social distancing. I made sure to keep my distance from the few people out and about. The experience reminded me of New Orleans after Katrina. It’s very eerie to see the city like this but I also thought it important to document what’s happening.