Mike the Mad Biologist shows us what happens when a large willow by the Public Garden Lagoon loses a large branch - fortunately, with nobody under it at the time.
It's bad enough when stores put Halloween candy out in July. Do we really need to start worrying about Allston Christmas in August? Too damn early, as Nikki illustrates with this photo of a rental truck whose driver was forced to back up around 12:45 p.m. on Storrow Drive today, when he realized he was never going to fit into that teeny little tunnel.
Weymouth Police posted this photo of the water off Weymouth around noon today and report:
The Weymouth Harbormaster and Animal Control Officer responded and searched the area but did not observe anything. Photos and video were shown to experts who could not determine if it was in fact a shark however they could not rule it out. It is possible that it was an ocean sunfish mistaken for a shark which is common occurrence. Ocean sunfish are very large often swim near the surface because they feed mainly on jellyfish. Their protruding dorsal fins are sometimes mistaken for those of sharks. Ocean sunfish are docile and not a danger to swimmers.
Ed Grzyb captured the International Space Station zooming over the Cummins Highway area (that's Sacred Heart Church on the left) around 9:51 p.m.
Portraits of Boston: Photographer goes up to people and asks them about themselves.
After yesterday's rainbow came the sunset, photographed here by Christopher Wagner over Union Square in Allston.
Bridgit Brown forwards this photo, which she took this morning on the Red Line. Think he could take the Giant Orange Line Shrimp in a fight? She concludes:
Who? What is this thing? Too early in the morning for me to decipher ...
David Schachner captured the Custom House on a recent foggy night.
We did not set out to explore Harbor Arts' Shipyard Gallery in East Boston today. We just wanted some Australian meat pies.
Matt Flight captured an SUV getting extra crispy on Mass. Ave. in Porter Square around 6 p.m.
Amy Magiera took this photo of the Calvin Street fire in Somerville yesterday:
Mass. Moments alerts us that on July 24, 1920, the Boston Post published an article detailing a scheme run by an Italian immigrant named Charles Ponzi that was in the middle of defrauding large numbers of people of millions of dollars from an office on School Street.