Thursday, February 19, 2009

During time spent in Boston, it became a morning ritual to visit the local markets and see what new adventures awaited me for breakfast. The fruits and grains were always varied and always fresh. Something I miss in the Midwest.

I don't know what was more rewarding, the walk past the old houses and shops in the early morning light or the reward of cutting open a crisp fresh apple upon my return back to my room.


Sunny said...

It is rewarding to be able to do all these things in one morning! It is very different here, as weekends are shopping time and working days are cooking time.

J Cosmo Newbery said...

I've come back to look at this photo a few times, may still use it as a prompt. But it took a while to realise what was the people!

Dan Felstead said... "normal" life is not like that either...this was an extended time that I spent in Boston while attending a negotiations class at Harvard. After the class was finished...I had to return to my "normal" life as well!


Dan Felstead said...

I never thought about no people in the shot. It does seem sort of "twilight zoneish" doesn't it?