Here are a few more from the 12/26 Project. The first shot is my idea of a “selfie”. I set the timer for four minutes and booked it out to the point where the camera took the pic. The final shot is of the Marconi Station in Eastham, MA at the National Seashore.
This past Thursday afternoon, approximately one hundred people took to the streets of Boston to protest the lack of indictments for two high-profile police killings in Ferguson, Missouri and New York City. The crowd was largely young college-age students, but there were also a smattering of adults as well. The crowd marched down Tremont Street en route to heading up to the Massachusetts State House on Beacon Street. The demonstration lasted approximately 30-40 minutes and for a short period of time blocked the traffic on Beacon Street. Boston Police were present for the peaceful march and demonstration at the State House.
This past weekend was the annual Boston Comic Con, which brought in approximately 40,000 people (probably more but that was the number I had heard) to the South Boston waterfront region to mingle with other fans of comics, sic-fi, fantasy, horror, you name it as well as meet some celebs and of course, purchase collectibles.
I tagged along with my great friend Oz to take pictures for him of those appearing in costume and I have to say that I had a lot of fun doing so. The people were really nice, the atmosphere was fun and the costumes? Well, check some of them out below!
Captain America: The Winter…Stormtroopers?
Game of Imperial Thrones?
Ted taking the day off from shooting “Ted 2” to attend the festivities.
The family that Fireflies together, stays together (for at least 13 hours)!