It was a cold, bright sunny, April Sunday in Boston. The buds in the public garden were finally feeling warmth and gaining color.
People were bundled but cheerful in knowing the winter was truly over. We were beyond a “sneak attack snow storm”. The traffic on the sidewalks bustled as service in the churches on Newbury Street released the faithful. The combination of cars leaving the road-side parking spaces and the competition amongst motorists in stop mode for those valued spaces, led to some horn honking which added to the vibrance of “Sunday Bustle on Newbury Street”.
Boston's South End is booming! - Jjake
The aerial sculpture over the Rose Kennedy Greenway is mesmerizing. I gazed until my neck was strained watching the fabric sway about as it created different shapes with each passing breeze. Lying down on the grass allowed for further observation so I might identify, in my head, tangible objects that might fit with the forms of the flow. Ever moving and changing art, what an elegant addition to Boston.
"The life of the arts, far from being an interruption, a distraction in the life of the nation, is very close to the center of a nation' purpose - and it is the test of the quality of a nation' civilization." -JFK