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No-sided bench returns to Jamaica Pond

No-sided bench

Steve Garfield chronicles the return of Matthew Hincman's bench, which makes periodic pondside appearances.

2006 Hincman interview.

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You can put the baby there while you jog.

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Worst public art ever.

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between this and the music fest (and the ongoing landmarks orchestra events) i'm glad to see the arts alive around Jamaica Pond, and to see this park--itself one of the great works of art in this city--continue to reflect the society it serves. Olmsted only made "19th century" parks because that is when he lived, and sadly some communities seek to freeze them as relics. I'm so happy to see this park living and breathing

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Looks like they covered Dada in art school.

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But you can't get out fast enough when another bum shivs you for your Night Train.

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People seem to like it in person.

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odd how the field of focus changes so drastically from the joggers knees to torsos....or am I just still hungover from the weekend?

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not actual depth of field.

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...and none too subtly either.

But otherwise a decent-enough photo.

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