From our film archives, some photos of the season. From the sidelines at the Nutcracker Ballet in Boston: Click on photo to enlarge.
As a change of pace, we will be posting some of our black and white Boston studio portraits: Ming was an engineer in Viet Nam. When forced to leave by the Communists, he came to the US. Speaking [...]
I never found out. Is there really a McDonald’s at the Grand Canyon? Click to enlarge.
This photo shows the process someone taking vacation photos, which started at the dawn of photography, around 1830, up until the current mobile phone, Instagram and Hipstamatic era. Apparently [...]
Photographed in Miami Florida by Boston Photographer Stanley Rowin:
So I’m doing the tourist thing at MOMA and wandered onto a father and son. The father is teaching the son to learn by sketching, but instead of sketching onto a pad of paper, it’s an [...]
After ten centuries of burying people in the “cemetery of Innocent,” in 1786, all the remains of 6 million Parisians were moved to a quarry under the city. The bones were laid out in [...]
Sometimes you just walk into a room and miracles happen:
This great photo of reflections on the MIT campus was installed in every room at the Hyatt Cambridge. It was converted to Black and white for the walls. They found it on my Photos of Boston website.