Tag: city & architecture

  • Michigan Avenue Apple Store

    Michigan Avenue Apple Store

    On my last trip to Chicago, I had the chance to visit the Michigan Avenue Apple Store early in the morning when the city was still asleep. While exploring the city and searching for a spot to view the sunrise, I captured this photo during my journey. For more photos of Chicago, see this post.

  • 234 Berkeley

    234 Berkeley

    Designed by architect William Gibbons Preston, 234 Berkeley Street in Boston, MA has served various purposes over the years, from a commercial hub to a cultural center, adapting to the evolving needs of the city. Its interior boasts spacious halls adorned with elegant motifs and grand staircases. Formerly the home of the Museum of Natural…

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  • Chicago: An Architectural Journey

    Chicago: An Architectural Journey

    Recently, I visited Chicago, and the city’s remarkable architecture made a lasting impact on me. The tall buildings fascinated me from the moment I arrived, each one telling a unique story of innovation, history, and artistic brilliance as they reached for the sky. As I strolled through the vibrant streets, I constantly looked upward, absorbing…

  • Eustis Estate Museum

    Eustis Estate Museum

    The Eustis Estate Museum, situated in Milton, Massachusetts, is a captivating historical family estate. At its core stands the mansion house once belonging to William Ellery Channing Eustis. This remarkable Late Victorian stone building, constructed in 1878, showcases the eclectic architectural brilliance of the renowned designer William Ralph Emerson. Occupying 110 acres of uplands in…

  • Old Stone Church

    Old Stone Church

    The construction of The Old Stone Church commenced in the early 1890s. It served as a replacement for the Baptist church lost in a devastating fire. Surprisingly, within a decade, the church faced abandonment due to the construction of a reservoir. However, owing to its captivating stone structure and potential as a scenic attraction, the…

  • Leyden Street

    Leyden Street

    Leyden Street, situated in Plymouth, Massachusetts, traces its origins back to 1620 when it was established by the Pilgrims. Boasting the distinction of being the oldest consistently inhabited street in the Thirteen Colonies of British America, it was initially designated as First Street. Subsequently, historical records referred to it as Great and Broad Street. In…

  • Union Point Hangar

    Union Point Hangar

    The Union Point (formerly known as the South Weymouth Naval Air Station) hangar, is a 33,000-square-foot former fighter-jet hangar located in South Weymouth, Massachusetts. Unfortunately, numerous “No Trespassing” signs deterred me from exploring its interior. For more photos, visit my photography page!

  • Hard Rock Cafe Guitar Sign

    The famous Hard Rock Cafe Guitar Sign outside the Hard Rock Cafe in Niagara Falls, Canada. For more photos, visit my photography page!