Images of Back Bay

Brownstones along Newbury Street

Church of the Covenant
Noted for their Tiffany stained glass windows, mosaics and chandelier

The Hancock and Boston Public Library (a.k.a. BPL)

Prudential Building (a.k.a. the Pru)

10 responses to “Images of Back Bay

  1. Was at the 45th floor of the Hancock about once a month for staff meetings. Nice views from there I'll give it that but that building does have a barely perceptible sway above the 30th floor.

  2. Really, really awesome shots! They make me want to go for a stroll in the Back Bay. If you get a chance, it would be awesome if you posted them to Boston.com's Your Town site at http://www.boston.com/yourtown/boston/backbay/share/

  3. Very nice shots. I like them.

  4. Rob! Thanks for your post on my blog… I just wrote my first post since February. And I signed up to follow you :) Let me know when you're out in Chi-town… and give Paul a hug for me the next time you see him!-Sarah

  5. Thanks for all the nice comments. Some of you are quite talented photographers while I'm more of a bumbling idiot with a camera in hand. Glad you liked the photos.Hey Steve, Yes I've been to Cafe Jaffa. Its in BackBay situated on Gloucester Street btwn Newbury and Boylston Street.Cheers to all and thanks for taking time to leave a comment.Regards,Me

  6. Been there everytime I visit – Newbury Street is just so hip…have you been to Cafe Jaffa? I think it's on Glouchester Street (hope I got that correct) – it's great mid-eastern food!

  7. Lovely testament to the city. Now I'm dreaming of Boston…

  8. Gorgeous.I love the architecture, both old and new.

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