Foggy Boston From The BU Bridge

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Just snapped a quick pic while walking to work one morning this week. I kinda liked the scene of the fog while looking into downtown Boston. The river flowing by is the Charles.

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It's a fabulous climate, in my city we are used to having an average temperature of 38 ºC

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38 C! WOAH, thats super hot Carlos! I would be sweating to death!

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Although at the moment we have a cool climate 34 ºC jajaja

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oof, hot! "Cooler than yesterday" even more ouch

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hehehe i prefer to stay in my room with air conditioning :P

nice shot!

Hello fellow Bostonian! I've jogged that bridge a few times. Used to park at the Trader Joe's, run a loop down to the museum of Science and then back up the other side of the river and cross here. Then go shopping for electronics I didn't need at MicroCenter. What a great place to run!

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Yeah its a really pedestrian accessible area! Lots of neat views for a runner too.

I kind of miss the foggy days. It doesn't get like that in Buffalo too often.

Boston strong as they say, the graffiti on that bridge must of been a risky task to pull off also.

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Yeah, one wrong step and into the charles you go.

One may not know one has the skill to do this kinda job. This seems professional. Natural and beautiful.

@eurogee of @euronation and @steemstem communities

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Indeed. I agree

The Longfellow bridge I guess; How old is it really? I know the river's native name is quinobeqin. What's the language really? Never mind :), amazing pic. Could be used as a beautiful wallpaper. Do you live in Boston? I heard it really has amazing history.

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Yep I live in Boston. Great city. It's the perfect place to be young.

Lucky you (and lucky me). Walking to your work is the best. I also can make it within ten minutes to each of the three places I work for. But my walk is not nearly as beautiful as yours. Just ordinary city streets:)

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I can't make it in 10 minutes, takes me about 35 mins.

Great photo. I spent a summer in Boston about 15 years ago. I left California with 1 bag, a guitar and $300 in my pocket. Got a temp position with an investment company and got to experience life in the financial district. What an awesome adventure it was. My favorite part was the people. I can't tell you how many times people just came up to me asking if I needed help finding something. (But maybe I just looked REALLY lost! 😆) I also got to watch Prince in concert while I was there. Thanks for rekindling some fond memories for me! Peace!

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Thanks for your story! It's a great place, full of loveable assholes. Bostonians are rough around the edges but have hearts of gold.

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@justtryme90 Haha! Yep. pretty much. Similar to New Yorkers, but in NY I had to ask for help, in Boston I must have looked pretty helpless I guess, I don't know. 😆 Anyway, it's an adventure I'll never forget! Such an awesome town and so much history there too! I took my girls to Philadelphia about 5 years ago. We were there for a wedding, but took the opportunity to sight see a bit. It was a great experience, but I really want to take them to Boston someday!

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The old american cities are something special. Yeah you could take your girls and walk the freedom trail. Lots of american history there!

Philly is another great city! Liberty bell!

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@justtryme90 Absolutely! I really am grateful for the time I got to spend out there, but for now am equally grateful at being able to raise my kids away from the crowds. There's a time for everything, right?