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Photographs of Boston in Winter | Slide Show

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Fanueil Hall (brick building with gilded dome), which was originally completed in 1742, was rebuilt in 1763 using  the original Georgian style design after being destroyed by fire. It was expanded to include a third floor in the early 1800s and remains a bustling urban marketplace

Fanueil Hall (brick building with gilded dome), which was originally completed in 1742, was rebuilt in 1763 using the original Georgian style design after being destroyed by fire. It was expanded to include a third floor in the early 1800s and remains a bustling urban marketplace

One of Boston's newest architectural additions, the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge, was dedicated in 2002

One of Boston's newest architectural additions, the Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge, was dedicated in 2002

Street performers bring their acts underground to the "T" stations throughout the city in the winter months

Street performers bring their acts underground to the "T" stations throughout the city in the winter months

Fenway Park seats covered with a light dusting of snow

Fenway Park seats covered with a light dusting of snow

A fresh blanket of snow covers Fenway Park -- one of Boston's most beloved treasures

A fresh blanket of snow covers Fenway Park -- one of Boston's most beloved treasures

The Paramount Theatre opened in 1932 and was one of the first movie houses to show talking motion pictures.  Emerson College recently renovated the building as part of its performing arts program

The Paramount Theatre opened in 1932 and was one of the first movie houses to show talking motion pictures. Emerson College recently renovated the building as part of its performing arts program

This statue in front of the Boston Public Library represents art. The other -- not shown -- represents science.  They were designed and sculpted by Boston artist Bela Pratt and set in their current place in 1912

This statue in front of the Boston Public Library represents art. The other -- not shown -- represents science. They were designed and sculpted by Boston artist Bela Pratt and set in their current place in 1912

Trinity Church in Copley Square was designed by H.H. Richardson in the Romanesque Revival style and completed in 1877

Trinity Church in Copley Square was designed by H.H. Richardson in the Romanesque Revival style and completed in 1877

An escalator leads up from the subway to the city streets of Boston above

An escalator leads up from the subway to the city streets of Boston above

Fresh snow dusts Boston's historic Boylston "T" stop.  Park Street and Boylston are the two oldest stations on America's first subway line, which opened here in 1897

Fresh snow dusts Boston's historic Boylston "T" stop. Park Street and Boylston are the two oldest stations on America's first subway line, which opened here in 1897

Colorful jackets dot a path in Boston Common during a fresh snowfall.  The Common was America's first park

Colorful jackets dot a path in Boston Common during a fresh snowfall. The Common was America's first park

Winter strollers meander along the old paths that cross Boston Common, which is adjacent to the Public Garden

Winter strollers meander along the old paths that cross Boston Common, which is adjacent to the Public Garden

The corner of the Boston Public Library peeks through the snow. Founded in 1848, this library was the first large free municipal library in the United States

The corner of the Boston Public Library peeks through the snow. Founded in 1848, this library was the first large free municipal library in the United States

Boston's Public Garden is enclosed by an ornamental iron fence which was completed in 1836

Boston's Public Garden is enclosed by an ornamental iron fence which was completed in 1836

The Good Samaritan sculpture by John Quincy Adams Ward in the Boston Public Garden

The Good Samaritan sculpture by John Quincy Adams Ward in the Boston Public Garden

The Angel of the Waters sculpture in Boston's Public Garden was created in 1924 by artist Daniel Chester French

The Angel of the Waters sculpture in Boston's Public Garden was created in 1924 by artist Daniel Chester French

The Longfellow Bridge, which opened in the summer of 1906 and is also known as the "Salt-and-Pepper-Shaker Bridge", spans the Charles River and connects Boston's Beacon Hill with Kendall Square in Cambridge

The Longfellow Bridge, which opened in the summer of 1906 and is also known as the "Salt-and-Pepper-Shaker Bridge", spans the Charles River and connects Boston's Beacon Hill with Kendall Square in Cambridge

All photos/art by Christopher Churchill

Photographer Christopher Churchill spent the winter of 2010 photographing the architecture and landscape of the city of Boston. This slide show of his photographs captures the city’s incredibly rich and vibrant history and charm.

To see more of Christopher’s work, including an audio visual piece on American Faith, please visit his website.
www.christopherchurchill.com

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