Show of hands: How many of you call the Hancock 200 Clarendon St.?
X marks the, um, something.
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BLVCK.machina looked out the window of his office next to the State House around 4 p.m. and spotted an apocalyptic hellscape - and only partially because of the window tinting.
A calmer view further down the Charles: Read more.
Through his (legal, he assures us) drone, Drew captured the sunset over Cambridge and reflecting on the Hancock on Sunday.
UPDATE: Police have left, say the threat was not credible.
Boston Police have set up patrols inside entrances to Boston's tallest building after somebody threatened the Hancock buildings in both Boston and Chicago.
Bill reports seeing a heavy police presence there at 2:30 this morning.
Around 5:20 p.m., fog was rolling off Frog Pond as ducks looked for a late-afternoon snack. It then collected around the Hancock tower: Read more.
There's yet another trailer out for the new Godzilla movie (like the 97th?) and in this one, the Hancock gets destroyed in a battle between Godzilla and, um, Mothra?
Kenmore Square gets destroyed.
All of the Back Bay gets destroyed.
The BBC reports.
Louise Miller got a dawn look today at the Nova Scotia Christmas Tree on Boston Common - lit up last night - and the towers of the Back Bay.
617 Images took in the renovated Longfellow Bridge in the early morning fog.
Jason the roving UHub photographer, meanwhile, got a good look at the Back Bay in the fog from the turnpike around 8:30 a.m.: Read more.
From the Citgo Sign to the R2-D2 building. See it larger.
Eagle-eyed kaiju fan Chris Devers alerts us that the trailer for next summer's "Godzilla: King of the Monsters" features Boston being destroyed by a tsunami (coming, oddly, from Cambridge). Read more.
Rick Macomber went for a walk through the Public Garden this morning.
Rick Macomber greeted the new day - and the new season - in the South End.
The South End wasn't the only place summer was breaking out: Read more.
The Boston Architectural College Library peered into the abyss over the Back Bay this morning.
Others took note of the fog as well: Read more.
John Gage watched a rain cell mover across Boston around 6 p.m.
Christine Sullivan watched the sun come up over Boston Harbor this morning.
She wasn't alone: Read more.
The Hancock Building got an interesting look for a few minutes after this afternoon's downpours as the clouds moved away.
Meanwhile, out in Roslindale: Read more.
Jan spotted a rainbow shortly before 5 p.m. from the 49th floor of the Hancock building.
Around 1:45 p.m. at Castle Island.
The view across Pleasure Bay towards the Kennedy Library was equally dramatic: Read more.
Kathleen O'Donnell looked up this morning, but couldn't see very far.
Julie Ciollo notes it was a little foggy in the Back Bay this morning.
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