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I found this one while arranging my archives the other day.
I was visiting my friends in Boston this past September, and took a day to tour the city - just me and my camera. Unfortunately, it wasn't my digital camera (it was lent to friends who took a cruise to the Caribbeans) but a disposable one. On top of everything, it was a cloudy day, and by the time I got to this location it was almost dark...

This photo was taken from The Bunker Hill Monument, which stands tall at 221 feet at the end of the Freedom Trail in Charlestown
see official website
(posted a photo of the monument to workshop). It stands on the site of the first major battle of the American Revolution, fought on Breed's Hill, June 17, 1775.
If you do get there, it's a 294 steps climb (no elevator...) for a view of Boston. It's Free.

Having reached the top of the monument, I decided to take several pictures (until I was out of film...). I know this photo suffers from many problems, and I post it because I didn't see anything similar on TE yet, and think the view is worthwhile showing. If anybody has better photos taken from this place, I, for one, will be happy to see them!
Sorry for the extra long note...

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