The Boston Commons is a great place to relax in the middle of the city. It also has a building with lots of tourist resources, so it is a good place to stop when you first hit the downtown area!
The photograph was taken of Tremont Street on the southeast (shops) side of the common using Fuji Superia 100 film and a Fuji ZoomDate 1000 35mm camera (28-100mm zoom lens, made in Indonesia).
Boston Common is the starting point for the Freedom Trail. Look for the red brick line.
The park is around 50 acres.
Okay, I think there's only one and here it is. AND....did you know that it's the smallest suspension bridge in the world?
See how much you can learn at VT?
Originally owned by William Blackstone who came to Boston in 1622, the Boston Common is America's oldest public park.
The Freedom Trail starts from here. There is a sign of the starting point.
This area was quite beautiful, even though it was freezing cold. It's probably even nicer in the summer time when it's warmer, but it was nice to wander around.
Fall is the most beautiful season of Boston. Leaves change color, weather is cool and sky is bright. Maybe because long winter will come soon, people cherish this season much more.
The Boston Common is a really famous building in Boston.. if you follow the freedom trail, you'll eventually find this building..
Boston Common is a place to stroll or sit and relax under a tree. You'll often find preachers and political activists trying to attract an audience to sway their opinions on various issues.
It is an 1868 bronze replica of one from the Paris Exposition of 1855.