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Boston and Long Island: Best Pics

Posted by Disky , Jul 15 2012 · 104 views

I'm not going to bombard you guys with a million photos from Boston, MA and Long Island, NY (I went there about a week after Boston?). I'm too lazy to even sort through and crop/resize them all for internet purposes. But I will pick some silly or pretty shots as highlights.

Boston was a fun city, though the public transportation system could be better. I visited four colleges, and Tufts University and Northeastern University stood out the most to me (the other two were Boston University and Boston College).

At Tufts University, I spotted this bird. A hawk I think?? But let's look at its face:
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Also spotted at Tufts was this neat sculpture.

At a Boston seafood restaurant, our waiter showed off a huge live lobster. The restaurant was right by the water, where this island could be seen floating.

And finally, I brought home a new friend.

In Long Island, I really only went for the beach. We stayed at an aquaintance's house, which had cool bathroom windows that I made a composition with.

The beach was actually part of Sunken Meadow Park. Here are some landscape shots: 1 2 3
There was wildlife too. A dragonfly that could barely fly, bunnies!, and seagulls.
We had coffee at the park as a form of picnic, and we drank from these cups. Odessa is where I was born (in Ukraine).

And that wraps up my travels so far! My next destination is Brickfair!
Yesterday morning I also took pictures of my anime figures - Madoka and Luka Megurine.

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You saw a Tranquill? =O

Sounds like it was pretty cool, however. =D
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I used to live on Long Island actually. It's a great place, especially for the beaches and such. c:

I lived on the south side though, so never been to that park. I've been to nearby places though (like Stony Brook).
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