Tag Archives: Cambridge
I met this one on Sunday afternoon at my favorite photo location: the banks of the Charles River. There was a group of about 20 geese that dug in as much as they could, as quickly as they managed. I … Continue reading
Found this little piece of treasure yesterday in the Charles River. Of course I had to check it for a message — and found none — other than “don’t throw your frickin’ trash into the river!”
Another shot from the Cambridge Carnival International. Some of the men and women carried quite a bit of gear around with them. Some of it was so elaborate that it needed to be supported by wheels.
Today we went to see the 19th Cambridge Carnival International. It was a pleasure to see so many colorful people and exciting costumes. I uploaded some more photos to flickr.
I took this one yesterday on the Roof Garden. It’s this nice oasis, hidden away on the roof of a parking garage of MIT and quite close to my work. It’s also the only place in central Cambridge where you … Continue reading
The little boy was absolutely fascinated with the human puppet. Never had her preparations been more closely watched.
Another one from my insect collection. I was playing around with the Nikkor 55-200 mm lens and this was taken at a focal length of 200mm, f5.6, 1/320 s and manual focus. So far I’ve been very happy with the … Continue reading
Taken on the 25th of March at the Charles. I followed this rabbit for about 10 minutes before it got enough of me and darted off into its burrow at the riverbank. I’ve put a larger version on flickr.
Detail of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT in Cambridge. It is the one building in Cambridge through which a train runs every now and then. Before “entering” the building, the train makes a terrible noise, which you … Continue reading
It’s been raining a lot the past few days. This is another part of Massachusetts Avenue and a part that looks quite American to me.