Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Zakim Bridge and The USS Constitution

Sunday evening 13 photographers from Plymouth Digital Photographers met at Portal Park next to North Station and combed the area looking for beautiful images. First we headed over to The USS Constitution, oldest commissioned warship afloat in the world.  We were hoping for a moon rise over the Charles River, but the cloud cover gave us good shooting light instead. We then headed back to the Zakim Bridge to get some blue hour shots before the lovely nighttime lights came on.

Joe came along with us, he had helped me scout out our route a few weeks before, and we all had a great time. The photos don't seem to be in the order they were taken, I'm trying the new format blogspot has given us, and didn't want to spend the time reordering them. So the images are all here, if a little messy.  I had so much fun shooting this evening, can't wait to go back and try it again. From the photos club members put in our meetup group album, it was a successful photo shoot for everyone! 

The famous Zakim Bridge spans the Charles River Basin.
Segway tour participant rode by near our meeting location. Think Joe and I will try this soon.

Walking back to the Zakim from the USS Constitution, Charlestown Bridge.

War ship dry docked next to the USS Constitution.

On the USS Constitution.

Photographers from our photo club.

Joe helping out a couple by taking their photograph. Lots of cameras clicking on this ship!

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