WCVB reports the Navy's Blue Angels will fly over Boston Harbor twice around noon.
Christian Ilsley shows us the stripers are running in Boston Harbor.
Be Brilliant got a bird's-eye view of Boston Harbor, the Mystic River and the Tobin this morning.
Eileen Murphy watched a ship come into Boston Harbor at sunset today.
Shortly after midnight. Arriving firefighters fairly quickly got him out of the water and into a boat, to await EMTs - who also had to help a firefighter injured in the rescue effort.
Dan Santry watched the sunset from Deer Island yesterday.
NorthEndWaterfront.com reports the walkway under the North End side of the bridge has reopened, after several years of being closed.
With some time to spare after licensing-board hearings, and with decentish temperatures yesterday, I wandered along the South Boston waterfont, where, in addition to what seemed like every single construction worker in New England putting up new towers, one could also see glimpses of what used to be.
Brad Tatum videoed the contractor's explosion that took out three segments of the Long Island bridge around 11 a.m.
Tim Colby watched a plane take off over Boston Harbor this morning.
This print, from the BPL archives, shows a British steamer leaving Boston Harbor through ice, thanks to local merchants:
A concerned citizen in Charlestown who might possibly not realize that Boston Harbor drains into this giant ocean demands the city stop this snow dumping into the harbor forthwith:
Harbor almost flooding. Please stop allowing snow in harbor. I don't want our homes flooded.
The city marked the case closed as "noted."
In Karhide, on the planet Gethen, ferry voyages always include an icebreaker sent ahead.
In Hingham harbor, as well.
NorthEndWaterfront.com has photos of the resurrection of Capt. Bob, a boat that slipped into the briny deep next to Union Wharf on Monday.
A passerby who heard the screams of boys playing behind the Intercontinental Hotel rushed down a dock to rescue their playmate, who had fallen into the frigid waters of Fort Point Channel this afternoon.
Tez Garcia, who was nearby taking pictures of the frozen harbor at the time, forwarded photos of the dramatic rescue, which happened around 3:30 p.m.
The kids, who had been playing by themselves on sleds on a mound of snow that ended right at the water a few feet away from the water-taxi dock, start looking for the missing boy - and screaming for help:
Several days of running rented snow melters nearly nonstop at the city snow farm in the Marine Industrial Park have helped chop down the snow mountains to size, Conventures reports.
Across the harbor, roving UHub photographer Chris Dagdigian watched a couple of the beasts at work outside Terminal C (the white streaks are reflections of lights in the terminal, not incoming laser beams):