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Well, they're not new, but I'm reprocessing and uploading to FAA my 2003 series Scenes from a Day at Yosemite. It doesn't really do justice to an amazing place, but it does answer this question: "If you've never been to Yosemite, and you have just one day before you have to fly home from San Jose, what can you see and still make it back to the airport for a 9 pm flight?" :)
It includes Trinity Church (1877) in the foreground, together with the "old" John Hancock building (Berkeley Building) of 1947 reflected in the "new" John Hancock Tower (1976). The weather beacon on top of the Berkeley Building emits varying light patterns to notify locals of the weather forecast or of news related to the Red Sox baseball team. Hoped it might appeal to Bostonians, architecture buffs, or Red Sox fans!
This macro shot taken today. I ventured outdoors on this bitter cold morning looking for sea ice and returned home with no photos. On certain windows in my home, I still have the old storm windows. Ice forms on those windows. This does not happen on my newer windows. It fascinating to see what shapes these ice crystals form. These look like ferns against the blue sky.
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