Archive for April, 2010

On This Date in My Photo History: April 29, 2009

(04/29/09-Boston,MA) A poster of Boston Bruins star Patrice Bergeron seems to come alive as a jogger runs on Causeway Street ahead of the start of the playoffs.


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Ashley Gramolini, the winner of the 115th annual Wellesley College hoop-rolling contest, is seen here celebrating first on land and then in Lake Waban after the ceremonial dunk in the lake. Please see my Boston Herald photo gallery here.


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(04/24/09-Boston, MA )Fatal shooting in front of 78 Homestead St. The body of a male, shot repeatedly, lies on the sidewalk as shocked neighbors and police stand by. All photos below shot on assignment for Boston Herald.

BELOW: (04/24/05-Boston,MA) Bishop Sean O’Malley celebrates a Mass in honor of the installation of the new Pope.

BELOW: (04/24/2005-Boston, MA) “Flying high” at Pleasure Bay in Southie. A stiff breeze and mild conditions brought out at least 15 brave souls as they para-sailed with a small surfboard and a parachute.

Below: (0424/03-Boston,MA) Members of MassArt, including students and some faculty, walk in the middle of Beacon St in front of the State House for today’s “ART/OUT”, an event to demonstrate the value of supporting the continuation of affordable public higher education. Here, art student Nick Rodrigues and his “Cell Phone art”


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On This Date in My Photo History: April 23, 2009

(04/23/09-Boston, MA ) Former Governor Mitt Romney makes his way into Moakley Federal Court today where he is expected to take the witness stand in a wrongful termination trial involving William Monahan, the former chairman of the state Civil Service Commission. On assignment for the Herald.


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I was hoping to capture a lightning bolt, or two, in my Canon camera this evening. The elusive lightning won, no bolt was captured tonight. The light after the storm however, was very impressive. Here are a few photos I snapped this evening. Thanks for viewing.


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Answer: They were all within 1 mile of each other on this date in 2009 and, most importantly, were all photographed by me within hours of each other. All photographs for the Boston Herald.

Bruce Springsteen exits the Four Seasons enroute to Abe and Louie's Steak House and then to tonight's concert.

Christian Karl Gerhartsreiter, the man who calls himself Clark Rockefeller, is seen in Suffolk Superior Court this morning.

Ben Affleck relaxes between during a break in filming of The Company Men on Boston Common today..Here, Ben catches a football with members of the production side of the movie.

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On This Date in My Photo History: April 20, 1999

(04/20/99-Boston,MA) A Northwest Airlines DC-10 jetliner lifts off over Winthrop. The long telephoto lens compresses the image making everything in view look closer to each other than what reality offers. Photographed for airliners.net.


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(04/18/02-Waltham,MA) Portrait of Memphis Photographer Ernest C. Withers as he is seen reflected in one of his most famous subjects, B.B. King. Photographed at Waltham’s Panopticon, Inc Photo Gallery. Photographed for the Boston Herald.

(04/18/07-Boston,MA) Tom Brady heads into a Southie photo shoot for Details Magazine.

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(04/17/06-Cambridge,MA) A couple of White Geese and their Gosling cross railroad tracks near the BU Bridge. Photographed on assignment for the Boston Herald’s Charles River Project photo essay.


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On This Date in My Photo History: April 16, 2002

(04/16/02-Boston,MA)  Zakim Bridge nears completion. Construction crews work on the northbound lane of the Leonard p. Zakim Freedom Bridge.

The bridge would eventually be completed that same year and fully opened in December 2003.

Photographed on assignment for the Herald.

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