You fooled me! or, to be more precise, my own experience led to my being fooled. One of my favorite birds here is the Black-necked Stilt, so when I saw your title, I thought of the bird. This is just as pleasant, despite being quite different.
I’m sorry. I really didn’t want to do this to you. I realize that this is not a very good excuse, but very often I have problems with the titles of my photos. On the one hand, I don’t want to use the same name for different images, and on the other hand, sometimes I can’t choose the exact name for an image. Perhaps this was the same case.
Oh, no — there’s nothing wrong with your title! It was just an example of the interesting way that words can evoke one image, while the real image is quite different. I enjoy it when that happens. I not only have the pleasure of the photo, I have the pleasure of the memory, too.
I was very pleased to hear that. Thank you.
Thank you very much.
You manage to find beauty even in slate-colored water and rotten stilts. Of course, gorgeous sunset in the backgrounds helps. But what a stunning contrast of textures!
Thank you very much, Dolly. I’ve seen a lot of these shots from different photographers and I’ve always wanted to take a photo like this too. But so far I haven’t been able to find a suitable place. And finally, quite unexpectedly, I found it.
You are very welcome, Vova. You certainly did find it!
The search process is very interesting and allows me to learn something new, to see what was nearby, but never saw.
I love the shiney light on the old pilings. Beautiful shot.
Thanks a lot. These rich colors also attracted me.
Wow! Wow! Wow! Amazing and so beautiful! Great colors. Thanks for share Vova Zinger.
Thanks a lot, Elvira. Sunset produces very amazing colors most of the time and I am very interested in finding something to photograph during this time. I am happy when I can do it.
You are welcome, Vova Zinger.
I glad you finding amazing things and feel happy.
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It’s got me intrigued as to what the original structure of these weathered poles was. I can see the metal bolts on them. Do you know.
The sunset gives it a nostalgic look.
Many thanks. This is a very interesting question. But, unfortunately, I don’t have an answer to it. East Boston was not a major tourist attraction in Boston until recently, and there is little literature about it either. But I can assume that it used to be a boat pier, because there is a new one, more solid made of concrete and metal, very close by.
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