Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Boston skyline (2)

this time from an industrial area around the red line's andrew station. wherever you are, you can always recognize the hancock tower (to the right), and prudential to the left...
ah, and there is a cherry picker/lifts..., which was the reason for me to pick this photo... :) here you can see only one, but there were actully many, many stored there.
im quite busy currently.. so its hard to find time to do my blog and/or check others.... :((

5 comments:

Walk in New York said...

cela fait penser a une photo fin du monde

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biebkriebels said...

It is a bit desolated area there, a lot of rubbish...

Tim said...

There's no fate but what we make for ourselves.

Sylvia Neumann said...

great pic! My brother ones took a picture in my hometown, where they now destroy all the communistic houses (big appartment houses were hundreds of people lived). In the front you see an add from the bank saying: we are working hard for your future" and in the back you see one of these deserted houses without windows and more or less a ruin. This shot reminds me very much of this pic. Great capture!

Steffe said...

You should sell this photo to the tourism office!