A #PhotoWalk with Steve Garfield…

I’ve been looking forward to this week since last year at this time.

I’ve been in Boston for the #mpb2b all week (I’ll write a separate post about those shenanigans).

Last year, I missed out on an early morning walk with a local Bostonian, writer and photographer, Steve Garfield (Twitter: @Steve Garfield, stevegarfield.com). I was kind of upset with myself when I saw how much fun everyone had.

This year, I decided to haul my butt out of bed early to join the Boston Photo Walk through the Seaport District.  You’d be surprised at how many shiny, happy people showed up at 7:15 am!

It was such fun, I thought I’d share a smattering of photos from our walk.

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The most difficult statue to photograph
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Mr. Sun, Sun, Mr. Golden Sun…
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World Trade Center Boston
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It was so early we wondered if they served breakfast. Slainte!
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This was just part of the group. All that was missing were matching #mpb2b tshirts and a buddy system!
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Peace and tranquility down by the water.
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This guy was probably wondering why 60+ people were taking his photo. Shipbuilder on one of the side streets near the water.
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Our halfway point, coffee break (sponsored by Vidyard), with a perfect spot to sit and look at the Boston harbor.
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I could have just stayed here all day soaking in the atmosphere, but we had to get back.
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Jeff Julian (Twitter: @jjulian, CMO at AJi), the man behind the lens.
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Group selfie by Rob Zaleski (Twitter: @robzie_ of MarketingProfs)
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What a fantastic view of the city. The Boston “hawhbah”.
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Fall colours.
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The cutest little skiff.
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Behind the Barking Crab
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Under the bridge.
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Boston Tea Party (it’s a museum now)
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I’m not an American, but I’m pretty sure there’s a joke in here somewhere. At the corner of Congress and Sleeper.
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I was lagging behind at this point, so I didn’t hear the story to this little shot. I made up my own… The city mouse heard about the three little pigs, and when he moved to Boston, built his house out of bricks. After he moved out, the city bought the property and turned it into a police station. Knocked on the door, but I suppose they were out keeping Boston free of rats.
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It’s a zoo in there?
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I just really liked the look of these!
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Our fearless leader, Steve Garfield. I’ll be sure to join him again next year!
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