Affirmations and Positivity, ART, Mixed Media, paintings, Photography

Boston Art Trip

     Here’s some of the beautiful historical art in downtown Boston from my trip I took there last month. Besides the gorgeous photos I shot of the harbor, we got to see Paul Reverie’s house and his monument and as well as Ben Franklin’s monument. The gravestones were amazing, They reminded me of the Haunted Mansion at Disneyland where you can barely read the date of birth and death. Those graves themselves are a work of art. It was also neat getting my photo taken in front of the Jewish Advocate building and the down street art Firetruck. 

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We shot so many photos just downtown but if I posted them all here, it would be an extremely long post. haha. Hope you enjoy the art in Boston.

The best part of my art journey was painting and being added to my cousin’s family tree. That meant so much to me and my husband.

   ***BY THE WAY, MY MOM’S SIDE OF THE FAMILY HAS ALWAYS BEEN KINDER TO ME, MY FOLKS AND BROTHER, AND ESPECIALLY MY HUSBAND! I LOVE YOU DANNY, CAROLINE, SHIRI, AND ROSE! I’M SO GLAD WE GOT TO FLY TO YOU GUYS FOR A SPECIAL OCCASION AND I LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH. CAN’T WAIT TO SEE YOU GUYS AGAIN SOON. NEXT TIME YOU GUYS NEED TO SEE US IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA!!!!!!! XOXO

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2 thoughts on “Boston Art Trip”

  1. Fantastic photos! Thanks so much for sharing. Can you believe my family is from Boston and I’ve never been to any of the historical sites? Partly my fault because once when I was there I opted to go shopping instead, LOL! 🙂

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