Boston Harbor Walk

Boston Harbor Walk


Along the HarborWalk

The HarborWalk has a changing character as it winds through the city’s waterfront neighborhoods and downtown district, stretching from Chelsea Creek to the Neponset River, through East Boston, Charlestown, North End, Downtown, South Boston and Dorchester. Part of the richness of the HarborWalk is its variety, reflecting the various activities and urban texture of adjacent land. The HarborWalk’s design guidelines allow for the expression of diversity and a variety of active and passive uses.

The HarborWalk is designed to connect the public to a clean and restored Boston Harbor. The HarborWalk links the water’s edge to the city’s open space system.

Along some areas of the waterfront, the HarborWalk extends into maritime industrial areas. In these areas the HarborWalk may be a series of observation points, rather than a linear path, where the public has the opportunity to view at close range the exciting operations of a working industrial port. At certain locations and times, there are limitations to public access in order to protect public safety and industry operations.

The HarborWalk also connects to new and existing networks of inland trails, which will link the HarborWalk to established parkways and open space networks, including the Emerald Necklace system, the Charles River Esplanade, and the Rose Kennedy Greenway. In the future, the South Bay Harbor Trail will offer Boston residents a new and exciting way to access the Boston Harbor on foot or bicycle. The trail will extend from the Ruggles MBTA station and winds its way through Lower Roxbury, the South End, and Chinatown to reach the HarborWalk at the Fort Point Channel.

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Photo by Shane A Psaltis from the Boston Harbor Walk Park

Think Tank Glass Taxi Promo


Using a long lens for sideline shooting or birding this fall? Our friends at Think Tank Photo just announced a special offer on their two long lens backpacks, the Glass Taxi and the Glass Limo. Should you order one of these backpacks between now and September 30th, you can select to receive for free from among the following lens cases and pouches: a Slim Changer, Lens Changer 25 V2.0, Lens Changer 50 V2.0, Lens Changer 75 Pop Down V2.0, or a Strobe Stuff. When you place your order, a popup will show the Free Gift options.

The Glass Taxi holds up to a 500mm f/4 lens, 300mm f/2.8 lens with DSLR attached, or a DSLR with 70-200 attached with hood in position.

The Glass Limo carries up to an 800 f/5.6, 600 f/4.0 unattached or a 500 f/4 with Pro body attached, or an 800 5.6 with aftermarket neoprene lens cap , or a 200 – 400 f/4 with Pro body attached, or a standard pro kit with pro DSLR and 5-8 lenses.

Both backpacks are designed to hold these heaviest of lenses with stability and comfort.

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New Think Tank Bags 2nd Brain and Powerhouse


Our friends at Think Tank Photo just launched two new product lines whose intention is to help those us using Apple® devices have an easier time of organizing our accessories and ourselves.

My Second Brain – The four ultra thin My 2nd Brain™ bags were created with pockets specifically sized for Apple® computers and accessories and all the tools needed to support a digital lifestyle. Slide a MacBook Pro® or iPad® into the zippered padded pocket that also has an organizer for pens and more. Keep an iPhone in the top pocket with a pouch for earbuds or a Bluetooth headset. Unzip the main compartment to organize and secure adapters and small items in clear zippered pockets. Stow documents in the rear pouch. Even the removable padded shoulder strap has a clip for full-size headphones.

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Powerhouse – Created for MacBook Pro® laptop power adapters and AC cable plus pens, small cables, USB drives, and other small accessories.

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Don’t forget, when you click on these links and order $50 or more of Think Tank Photo gear you receive a free gift, such as a Pixel Pocket Rocket memory card holder.

Think Tank is raffling off a new Apple 15” MacBook Pro Retina in one of their new My 2nd Brain laptop cases, along with our new Powerhouse power “brick.”

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My 2nd Brain


Brooklyn Bridge Park


Brooklyn Bridge Park: a place you must visit to really enjoy. A fantastic view of the Manhattan Skyline and the Brooklyn Bridge and Manhattan Bridge, also you can view the Empire State Building and the new Freedom Tower.

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brooklyn-bridgePhoto by Shane A Psaltis at Brooklyn Bridge Park

SIRUI TIPODS – Master any shooting situation


The ultimate tripod for traveling, landscape and nightcape photography, very portable and light and super sturdy even when shooting vertical. I have tried every tripod out there that was affordable, as much as I do not like the twist feature I have learned for now to deal with it on this awesome tripod. check them out below.


Noise Removal Masters

The Best Noise reducing software on the market especially for Nightscapes. I have used this to remove all my noise in every photo on this site and absolutely love this product. Check them out and let me know what you think.

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Tribute of Lights


Headed out to Brooklyn with a bunch of friends and fellow Nightscape enthusiasts to shoot the 9-11 memorial Light Tribute. I have been going for the past 3 years and really enjoy the sights and love interacting with all the novice photographers who really want to try and get the photo of the lights. The Brooklyn bridge park area and boardwalk are just fantastic, it has all been rebuilt and is amazing. If you ever get a chance to check it out it is all worth it.

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