Since moving to New England, I have grown to love the city of Boston. Growing up in the Philadelphia suburbs, I had gotten used to it's historic places that spawned the birth of the US. It was quite fortunate that I was able to move near a city that is equally steeped in history. These two cities are the major places that drove our revolution.
Walking through Boston is an interesting contrast in architecture. You can be walking past a building that was built near the city's early days, and right next to it are modern glass-sided monoliths. Boston is also famous for the small parks that seem to be everywhere, and are often located between two sides of the same street. This photo shows one of those parks near the Boston waterfront that is still empty, as the morning commute has not yet started. It is my favorite time to photograph the city.