I had just left one photo assignment and was headed to another when the Inman square branch of the Cambridge Savings Bank was allegedly robbed. The calm and cool Cambridge police dispatcher monitored and broadcasted positions of the perpetrator, aided by a GPS unit that was purportedly placed inside the money bag by the bank. The trail went from the Inman Sq. area toward the Somerville police station where Somerville and Cambridge police stopped MBTA bus #0658 on the 91 Route. There he was, and there I was. See my photos below and Boston Herald colleague Richard Weir’s story here.
Dark smoke from a high-rise roof fire at 1 Memorial Dr. in Cambridge provided some some scary moments to early morning commuters today. The fire was extinguished quickly and no injuries were reported. The morning commute was impacted on Memorial Dr. and the Longfellow Bridge from the 6:20am fire. See more here with the Herald’s Matt Stout.
I snapped these photos in Cambridge at last night’s M.I.T Festival for Art Science and Technology “FAST light” celebration. Some of the students showed off their impressive computer and light laser skills and knowledge as they illuminated parts of Boston’s Charles River and parts of the M.I.T campus. The festival ends tonight. Go have a look. It was very fun.
Just two days after a massive fire destroyed Cambridge’s Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, a worker is seen through the shattered stained glass of the Church at 2 Longfellow Park. He is surveying ways to save the steeple after sunday’s fire devastated the church. Shot with a Canon EOS 1D Mark 111 and a 70-200mm lens.