As I previously mentioned, we went up to Boston over the weekend to visit some friends. Unfortunately, the weather wasn't very nice, so we headed over to the Aquarium.
Aquariums are very difficult places to take photograph. They have notoriously bad lighting and everything is behind glass that often has hand prints all over it. The Boston Aquarium was no different, but here are a few that I think came out okay.
After we left the aquarium, I popped on my new ultra-wide angle lens, and we walked around Boston for a couple of hours.
Added to Black and White Wednesdays at The Long Road to China.
Old City Hall:
Some Old Church:
The Memorial to the Victims of the Irish Potato Famine:
From there, I put the 28-75 back on, and we headed over to Boston Common:
Boy With Bird:
Make Way For Ducklings: (Remember that book. It is fantastic.)
We were really lucky because it only rained while we were in the aquarium. We heard that Boston got over 4 inches in less than 2 hours, though, and the lake in Boston Common actually overflowed.
This swan didn't seem to mind, though.