48 thoughts on “Longfellow Bridge, Boston

    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much, Susan. Every sunset amazes me with its stunning colors and every sunset is unique.

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  1. shoreacres

    My first thought was that the green light and two red lights were navigation aids, and after reading through the rules for navigating the various bridges on the Charles River, I’m pretty sure they are. In any event, it’s a beautiful bridge, and a great photo. I’ve never thought about Boston bridges at all, but they certainly suit the city well. Good architects!

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thanks a lot. I absolutely agree with you, Boston bridges are really very beautiful. They are not as big and impressive as others, but they are very suitable for Boston, its architectural style.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much, Elvira. Luckily, here in Boston, almost everything is by the water. If this is not the Atlantic Ocean, then the Charles River.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. Bridges have always attracted me with their beautiful architectural appearance and thoughtful engineering solution.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      No wonder this building caught your attention. Boston is a very old city (in relation to American history). And most of the buildings in the city are relatively low. There are only a few skyscrapers here and Hancock Tower is one of them. Thank you.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. I really like this bridge. It has everything for this – amazing towers in the middle, stunning bas-reliefs on the bridge columns, special lighting at night, a walking path that offers a beautiful view of Boston and Cambridge.

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