This week was very busy in a good way. The highlight was successfully registering to run the Boston Athletic Association’s Half Marathon in October! It is very popular and sells out in minutes. I don’t think I ever typed so fast. Get ready to look forward to photos I take on long runs and ones from race day! Enjoy this week’s for now!
I posted a photo of this same chili when it looked like it could be picked. Sadly it has since died.
A couple weeks ago, we had just one pinwheel outside my office. Now that pinwheel has friends.
These seven days ended on a high night with a free Guster concert in the Boston Commons. I had always wanted to see them play and they were amazing! A beautiful night for a wonderful concert!
After two very busy weeks in a row – I have to do two posts back to back! Enjoy the first week!
No matter how many times I run around the Chestnut Hill Reservoir, I never tire of the perfect view of the Prudential and Hancock Tower.
While on my long run (8 miles! Half marathon distance here I come!) I passed a boat rental area, and it had a collection of forest green canoes ready to be rented. There are always moments I wish I could still be a camper at my amazing camp — and this was one of them.
Fenway is such a classic ballpark and I had the opportunity to witness first hand one of the oldest baseball rivals — Yankees vs. Red Sox. Unfortunately the Red Sox lost that game, but won the next!
That would be a giraffe — possibly life size — made entirely of legos.
Happy Belated Fourth of July! Over the long weekend, I had the opportunity to go home and spend some time with my family. Here are the next 7 days, including some shots from that trip.
An ode to one of my favorite painters: Monet.
During my flight home, I experienced a beautiful sunset.
Recently, a grocery store opened up in downtown Cleveland in the Cleveland Trust Rotunda Building. The construction involved beautiful restoration of the space, including the central rotunda window.
Firework watching is a must do on the Fourth of July! Here is my required firework photo from the show we went to.
See you next week with another 7!
Using today’s leap second to get the last 7 photos posted!
My friend and I spent a rainy Sunday at the Museum of Science and spent some time in their Butterfly Garden. Tons of beautiful butterflies flying around! Here is just one.
Even though these roses are on their way out, I like their roughness and dryness, especially against the chipping and rust quality of the fence.
One of my favorite views of the Boston sky line.
Can’t wait to share the next 7!
Another week, another 7 photos to post!
Spotted a canoe on the Charles while on a run. Reminded me of camp!
View of town houses in Brookline from my office.
This is an iconic statue along the Boston Marathon route. It had been my goal for months to run to it and back and I finally made it!
A quiet Fenway with the Red Sox out of town.
Posting two posts back-to-back to catch up. I will try to not back log this upcoming week.
The beautiful atrium at the Cleveland Museum of Art. I can’t get enough of it and almost always post a photo to Instagram when I visit.
It’s not a trip to Cleveland without posting a photo of the skyline! I also got a great photo of Cleveland as the plane took off.
This may be my favorite photo of the week.
I’m from Cleveland and post about that frequently….I think this photo speaks for itself.
Boston skyline from Cambridge.
28 photos posted to my blog and 30 photos posted to Instagram – 335 to go!