Such a beautiful painterly quality.
Many thanks. This view inspired me to take this photo just like that.
Looks more like a heavenly painting!! Beautiful✨✨
Thank you very much. I would like to draw this if I could. But, unfortunately, I do not have such skills.
Neat filter. Looks just out of a storybook!
Thanks a lot. Many stories have already been told about this amazing part of Boston. And I believe that there are many more untold stories, real and fictional, waiting in their time.
It looks nostalgic, almost like a dream. 👏
Many thanks. I think that this feeling is created by a look from the past, because Beacon Hill is one of the oldest parts of Boston.
Good morning Vova =) first of all, thank you so much for sharing this awesome picture. I was reading (or better listening to the audio books) from Isle & Rizzoli series by Tess Gerritsen and those stories all take place in Boston. With your pictures, especially this one, because Beacon Hill got mentioned in one of the books, I get a view about what she is writing. Makes me want to listen to all of them again. Have a pawtastic day, stay safe and be healthy.
Thank you very much. Beacon Hill is a special area of Boston, and in its description there is always the word “most”. This is the most picturesque part of Boston, the most expensive part of the city, as well as the most visited area, and it is a well-preserved area of Boston. Gas lamps still work on the streets. And, of course, most often mentioned in the literature if the action takes place in Boston. If you want to fill Boston, you must visit Beacon Hill. I should add that the Massachusetts State House is also located there.
WOW! This one is stunning! 💙🧡
Thank you so much.
Thank you very much.
Looks like the bottom of Joy St to me – I lived there in the early 90s.
You are right. I don’t think it has changed much or at all since the 90s. Thank you.
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It looks like a water painting, marvelous texture!
Thank you very much. I was just trying to make the photo look different than normal photos.
Well you accomplished your that! 😀
??? Joy Street near Peter Faneuil School where I grew up and went to Elementary school.
Thanks for the memory as I was just talking to someone this morning about this very same street.
Thank you. Yes, you are absolutely right.
Such soft paste colors! It looks like a watercolor, rather than a photo. I’ve never seen Beacon Hill looking like that.
Thank you very much, Dolly. This is Joy Street and I decided to try to photograph it with a mood that would fit well with the name of the street. I hope I succeeded. At least I did something different from most Beacon Hill photos.
You have certainly succeeded, Vova.
It’s my pleasure 😊🙂 stay blessed ❣️💕
Wow it’s so beautiful 😍
This street has a European feel. Lovely photo, Vova!
Thank you very much, Cheryl. Probably because this part of Boston was built by recent immigrants from Europe who wanted a reminder of their roots.
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