Roving UHub photographer Evangelos Efstathiou took in the annual Make Way for Ducklings parade around the Common and the Public Garden today.
The Friends of the Public Garden put an empty picture frame on a swiveling stick to let people "frame" photos of the Public Garden. Jonathan Berk compared a photo he took today with one he took a month ago.
Look what Charley A spotted in the Public Garden this morning.
Damaskin went for a walk through the Public Garden early this morning.
At least in the Public Garden, it's a little easier to frame a photo thanks to the frame put up by the Friends of the Public Garden.
The Globe reports tourists are starting to talk about the fur-covered butterballs in the Public Garden and on the Common.
Kr McRae took a stroll through the Public Garden last night.
The Friends of the Public Garden snapped sculptor Nancy Schon sitting on Mrs. Mallard on the 30th anniversary of the installation of her Ducklings statues in the Public Garden this past weekend.
Catboston watched the fabled white squirrel of the Public Garden go nuts today.
It was odd enough to see a guy in a power boat on the Lagoon. But he was doing donuts - and spraying something out of a hose. Penny Cherubino reports the man and a colleague onshore were there to try to kill the weeds that have been making it hard for the Swan Boats to make their circuit.
Alyssa Banker Hiller looked up in the Public Garden.
Charley A couldn't help but notice the return of the Swan Boats this morning from their winter nesting grounds.
Laurel Ruma captured Mrs. Mallard and her ducklings in their St. Patrick's finest today.
With temps in the 50s today, tons of squirrels emerged from wherever they hide in the winter, scampering all over the Common and the Public Garden in search of sustenance. The luckier ones clustered around one particular tree in the Public Garden, where one guy was tossing food at them. And this white squirrel stood out from the rest. Read more.
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