Wednesday, December 14, 2005

"Bean-town" - part 4 (final)

(top) This was the most festive door we saw walking through Beacon Hill. (middle) Trying to figure out if the next trolly would take us to the Museum of Fine Arts, but trying to stay warm at the same time. (bottom) Entrance to the "Temple Walk", built in 1977. Can't believe those gas lamps stay on 24/7.

Well, that conludes my Boston, MA. trip during Thanksgiving. Until next time...when it's more than 30 degrees.

9 comments:

Christine Lim Simpson said...

Superb sketches. :)

I enjoy reading your blog and looking at your drawing.

Thanks for adding me unto your list. Such an honour. :)

St John Street said...

hey thanks for stopping in, I really these much better than my attempts.

Giles said...

Wow, love the blue one in the middle. Great image and colours. Nice work.

Rachelle said...

These are great renderings from Boston. I especially love the red door!

Karen Winters said...

Terrific loose sketchcrawl drawings. Thanks for sharing them and I hope to see more of them from your next one.

TR said...

this work is yours???? WoW!!! amazing! I love it! U do it really weel done, congratulations!!

Alina Chau said...

beautiful sketches!!

rubio2d said...

wow wow wow
fantastic watercolor...
Nice work.

shutterbugger said...

these 3 are awesome.

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