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Travel Back in Time on the Freedom Trail

🇺🇸 The Freedom Trail. What’s it all about? Ask longtime MA residents about Boston’s Freedom Trail and they’ll recall memories of a school field trip. Many people think the city’s famous red-lined path starting from the Boston Common and winding its way to Charlestown has been around…

Swan Boats of Boston

The Swan Boats have been a quintessential part of the Boston Public Garden since 1877. • • Robert Paget invented the paddle-boats, still powered by foot-pedals to this day. The original swans were…

Scarlett O’Hara House

  🌸One of the hidden gems in Beacon Hill you’ll see on a PhotoWalks tour is the Scarlett O’Hara house. At first glance, it looks like a charming little cottage. But, it’s a…

Boston’s Inside Out Museum

In some parts of Boston, you don’t have to travel far to feel like you’re in Europe. A visit to Beacon Hill is an immersion into a 19th-century English-inspired neighborhood, while Back Bay’s brownstones have a…

Curiosity and Photography

Curiosity. It’s a mysterious, powerful, compelling and motivating force. Curiosity is also like a never-ending treasure hunt for photographers who are always on the hunt for amazing locations or looking for new, challenging…

Welcome to Boston!

Boston has come a long way since its beginnings as a peninsula with three hills and newly arrived English immigrants settling in 1630. Fast forward to the 21st century and you’ll quickly notice modern…

PhotoWalks Blog

Hello! Thank you for visiting my website and blog. As I write this post, I am filled with gratitude that PhotoWalks has been going strong since 2002. It began with an idea, a passion for photography and love…