Equinox Pop-Up Store by SG Blocks, Chestnut Hill, Newton, MA. SG Blocks “redesign, repurpose, and convert heavy-gauge steel cargo shipping containers into Safe Green Building Blocks for commercial, industrial, and residential building construction.”
“Saray staffer Sakir Kaya (shown here) performs as a rock musician in his native Turkey and says he currently has an album on the Turkish music charts.”
This image of renowned horseman Don Little was given to his wife, Judith A. Little, by Putnam Investments after Don tragically died from injuries sustained in a horse riding accident. Don founded the Boston Equestrian Classic, and I shot the photo behind the Intercontinental Hotel for him during the show’s first pre-party. Boston, MA
Bruins Principal Charlie Jacobs and Quidditch II Jump Stanley Cup, Boston Equestrian Classic Pre-Party, Boston Common, Boston, MA
Our Lady of Victories, South End, Boston, MA
Black Tie Dinner, John F. Kennedy Library, Boston, MA
Moon at Perigee over Genzyme Building, Allston, MA.
I caught this moonset just before dawn after clouds had obscured the moonrise earlier that night. It was the brightest moon since 1993.
From the Farmer’s Almanac: “As the temperature begins to warm and the ground begins to thaw, earthworm casts appear, heralding the return of the robins. For this reason, the March full moon is often known as the Full Worm Moon. Northern Native American tribes knew this moon as the Full Crow Moon when the cawing of crows signaled the end of winter. The Full Sap Moon, marking the time of tapping maple trees, is a Colonial American variation.”
Trumpeter/composer high school pal Jerry Sabatini with his band, the Sonic Explorers, Ryles Jazz Club, Cambridge, MA
Decanter and Glassware, Didriks, Cambridge, MA
Bowl and Assorted Throws, Didriks, Cambridge, MA
Economist Alan Beaulieu, Keynote Speaker, National Electrical Manufacturers Represenatatives Association, Boston, MA
Chris Viehbacher of Sanofi-Aventis and Genzyme CEO Henri Termeer announce $20.1 Billion sale of Genzyme at pre-press conference in Cambridge, MA. Sole official photographic coverage by Glenn Kulbako.