The folks at the Boston City Archives wonder if you can figure out when and where this photo was taken. See it larger (lot of clues in the large version).
Today's the 75th anniversary of the Hurricane of 1938 smacking New England upside the head. And as you can see from Leslie Jones's photo, it pushed a sailboat or two onto the beach along Dorchester Bay - just like Hurricane Sandy did last year.
The Hurricane of '38 meant crushed cars in Cambridge:
Ryan Ruel took several photos of the full moon over South Boston and Dorchester Bay.
Neil Noonan also took a shot of the moon, just for the Hull of it:
Pete Leslie wonders if we need some sort of education program for photographers who are increasingly likely to get our two iconic bridges mixed up.
Our own Swirlygrrl reports workers took down the Dewey Square mural by Os Gemeos and began putting up its replacement - some black and white seascapey thing.
David Geller filed this report on some excitement on the Common yesterday:
Landed right next to our Sunday morning football game at the softball field. Was swooping for a squirrel but missed him.
Ryan Ruel stitched together 147 photos he took this morning from Piers Park in East Boston to create a giga-zoomable image of the other side of the harbor, from South Boston to the North End - 1.55 gigapixels of zoom-in action.
Max Grinnell spotted this statement on Somerville Avenue in Porter Square.
Adrienne M. photographed and meme'd up an Orange Line car today.
John wonders whose parakeet went missing and wound up in Peters Park in the South End this afternoon. It did not appear to budgie when he approached with camera.
Stephen Beyer captured a moment at the Christian Science Center the other evening.
Our own Dvdoff captured the fans outside the Four Seasons tonight waiting for the Brazilian national soccer team's bus to arrive. They're here to play Portugal at Gillette Stadium tomorrow.
Greg Cook took lots of photos at the annual Cambridge Carnival International parade from Central Square to Kendall Square today.