Tony Ursillo had a great seat for this evening's sunset over Beacon Hill, the Common and the Back Bay.
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Nicholas Agri couldn't help but look up as the sun went down this evening as he strolled along Kennedy Drive overlooking Short Beach Creek in Winthrop.
He was hardly alone. Read more.
Louise Miller looked west over the Common and Back Bay at the "crazy orange sunset" this evening.
Darryl Houston couldn't help but notice the unusual sunset flaring from the Hyde Park library today.
Joe Kidston shows us the sunset in Hull this evening.
Quentin watched the sun go down from the Mass. Ave. Bridge.
Matt Frank watched the moon come up between the supports of the pedestrian bridge at Revere Beach: Read more.
BLVCK.machina watched the sun go down over Millennium Park in West Roxbury this evening.
Joe Kidston, down in Hull, where they actually got some of the storms we were promised today, also watched the sunset through the storm clouds: Read more.
ChelseaScanner couldn't help but notice the sunset this evening.
Meanwhile, down in Millennium Park in West Roxbury, Jax was less than impressed: Read more.
KB had a great view of a double rainbow from the Back Bay this evening.
Over in Cambridge, Melissa Sullivan reports it was the most beautiful rainbow she's ever seen, so amazing she ran out of a business dinner to snap some shots of it: Read more.
Adam Castiglioni watched the sun go down from Boston Common this evening.
Esperanza watched captured one of two swans heading off from East Boston into Chelsea Creek at sunset today.
Before the swan glided off, she reports, it and its partner shooed away some mallards for sole possession of the less than bucolic creek shoreline: Read more.
Chelsea Scanner presents today's sunset over Chelsea Creek.
Neal Gaffey watched the sun go down over Spot Pond in Stoneham yesterday.
Nicholas Agri watched the sunset over Revere Beach this afternoon.
Michelle spotted a quintessential Massachusetts sunset this evening.
Meanwhile, over at Jamaica Pond: Read more.
Mary Ellen watched the sun go down at 5:52 or so today at the athletic fields at what used to be West Roxbury High School.
One of those sunsets you expect to see in a nature documentary about creatures that come out at night
Mary Ellen watched the sun go down over Millennium Park in West Roxbury this evening.
Pat Tomaino watched the sunset over Chestnut Hill Reservoir this evening.
Leah Klein watched the sunset over Chelsea Creek and the Tobin Bridge: Read more.
Leah Klein watched the sunset over Chelsea this evening.
But wait, there's more! Read more.
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