A Photographic Tribute to Boston

After the horrors of yesterday, I thought I’d take a moment to celebrate the courageous city of Boston.

Over the past few years, photographer Brian Mengini has taken images of dancers in, on, around and framed by some of Boston’s landmarks—both big (the John Hancock tower) and small (one of the South End’s old-fashioned street lamps). They’re photographic love letters to the city, and they capture both its beauty and something of its indomitable spirit. I’ve shared a few of them below.

Stay strong, Boston. We—even the Yankees fans among us—are rooting for you.

All photos by Brian Mengini

Amanda on Boston Common
Kathleen Breen Combes in the South End
Kathleen Breen Combes in the South End
Lia Cirio and Dylan G-Bowley framed by the Prudential Center and the John Hancock Tower
Lia Cirio and Dylan G-Bowley framed by the Prudential Center and the John Hancock Tower
Melanie Riffee and Patrick Yocum, with the famous
Amanda on Boston Common
Amanda on Boston Common

Amanda on Boston Common

Kathleen Breen Combes in the South End

Kathleen Breen Combes in the South End

Lia Cirio and Dylan G-Bowley framed by the Prudential Center and the John Hancock Tower

Lia Cirio and Dylan G-Bowley framed by the Prudential Center and the John Hancock Tower

Melanie Riffee and Patrick Yocum, with the famous "T" sign in the background

Amanda on Boston Common

Amanda on Boston Common


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