Friday, March 12, 2010

Adventure, Boston

by Kerry Hawkins of khawkinsphoto

Saturday such a warm day, it was like spring. My husband and I decided to have a Boston art and food day. We started out by taking the train into Back Bay station. We took a stroll over to the Howard Yezerski Gallery in the South End, to check out the photography show Combat Zone 1969 - 1978. It was well worth the trip.

We also, stopped by the Walker Gallery, which is nearby. The Walker Gallery featured the art of Valerie Hammond, with a show called, Aether. We took a walk over to the Museum of Fine Arts to see the Spanish artist, Luis Meléndez's still life paintings. They were wonderful. We wandered the museum for some time and then headed to downtown, Boston. We perused the book at Border's bookstore, downtown. We were in the mood for some pre-dinner drinks so we stopped by Silvertone. Dinner was at the French restaurant, Les Zygomates. Les Zygomates has some really tasty food and Jazz music nightly. It was a great way to end the day. These are some of the photos I took on our day out.


  1. Stunning photographs! I am a Boston blogger too and am learning photography slowly :) These are really inspiring. Oh, I love Boston so!


  2. what a fun day! and what beautiful pictures! i love your work


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