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I tend to walk the same streets over and over again: the South End, Back Bay, Copley Square. These tend to be the center of my universe lately. Sometimes I don’t think I will see anything new or different and then sometimes I am pleasantly surprised. A team of sled dogs on Newbury Street? Yup, sometimes I am pleasantly surprised.
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This year Halloween kind of came and went without me even realizing. Hurricane Sandy blew in around the same time, and I was busy with work around the same time. This was also the time that my camera was (stuck) in the repair shop in NJ and I was shooting some film instead. On Friday night I got a couple of rolls of film back from the lab and look what I found: the most interesting pumpkin display in Boston.
At a distance it is a little bit difficult to see what is going on, but as you get closer it becomes very apparent.
When I returned from Brooklyn I decided to send my M9 off to the Leica service center in NJ. It was acting all wonky and I wanted to get if fixed up before we go away this winter; also I was getting frustrated with its out-of-calibration rangefinder so the time had come. While the M9 was vacationing in New Jersey I decided to shoot some film, which I had not done for quite some time.
The religious folk were out doing some preaching in Boston Common.