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Photography: Boston Public Garden

Wordless Wednesday: Boston Public Garden

When I visited Boston during my first visit to USA last October, I was completely in love with the city. While I got to spend only one night there, I really loved whatever the city had to offer. The Boston Public Garden in the center of the city is the perfect place to lose yourself amidst all the greenery. There are benches at different places and the tall thick trees provide a cover fr0m the sun as well.

Wordless Wednesday: Boston Public Garden

Wordless Wednesday: Boston Public Garden

Wordless Wednesday: Boston Public Garden

Linking to Wordless WednesdaySkywatch Friday, Jez’s Water Water Everywhere Photo Post and Cee’s Black & White Photography Challenge: Benches


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  1. Wonderful photos. I could sit on that bench and just relax! 😀

    • transitionofthoughts

      Thanks Cee :). Oh yes it was definitely a perfect place to sit down and relax with all the peace and quiet. Love such places especially in the midst of busy cities :D.

  2. Fantastic shots, Aseem & your description really makes me want to visit

  3. Never been there. Looks like a wonderful spot!

    • transitionofthoughts

      Oh yes it surely is beautiful :). Lovely place to relax in the middle of the city.

  4. Looks like a wonderful pace to rest with the sunshine.

    • transitionofthoughts

      Oh yes, it surely is a lovely place to rest far from all the crowd and traffic :).

  5. It is a beautiful city. Sadly all public summer events have been cancelled in the city.

    • transitionofthoughts

      It truly is beautiful :). Yeah can completely understand considering how the pandemic is ravaging the world. But am sure while the recovery will be slow, we all will come out of this.

  6. It certainly looks like a fabulous place to wander and enjoy nature 🙂

    Feel free to share at My Corner of the World

  7. Beautiful grounds to visit and photograph. I love how big cities set aside places for parks and nature. – Margy

    • transitionofthoughts

      True that! And that way one can easily sit and relax in the parks for a bit and then move on :).

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