Abigail's snowbound view by Owed to Nature
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On a snowy day in Boston, the bronze statue of Abigail Adams stands impervious to the elements.
In life, Abigail was the wife of John Adams the second President of the United States and the mother of John Quincy Adams, sixth President. Today her place in Boston’s history is honored in The Boston Women’s Memorial, a lasting reminder of the impact that women have had on the quest for equality and justice.

Commonwealth Avenue Mall between Fairfield and Gloucester, Back Bay Boston, MA USA
Shot using handheld Canon PowerShot SX50 HS
Focal length 4.3mm (24mm SLR equivalent), 1/50 sec at f/7.1, ISO 200
RAW image processed to JPG with Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop

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During an unexpected chance to experience Africa, a seed was planted. Nurtured by subsequent forays into wild places, this photographer was born.

Jacques Cousteau said “People protect what they love.” And we’ve all heard that “A picture is worth a thousand words.” So, enough with this. My photography says the rest. Thanks for listening.

Sylvia J. Zarco
aka Owed to Nature

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  • Owed to Nature
    Owed to Naturealmost 2 years ago

    Description  by Owed to Nature

    On a snowy day in Boston, the bronze statue of Abigail Adams stands impervious to the elements.
    In life, Abigail was the wife of John Adams the second President of the United States and the mother of John Quincy Adams, sixth President. Today her place in Boston’s history is honored in The Boston Women’s Memorial, a lasting reminder of the impact that women have had on the quest for equality and justice.
    Commonwealth Avenue Mall between Fairfield and Gloucester, Back Bay Boston, MA USA

  • John44
    John44almost 2 years ago
    POWERFUL image
  • I pass her statue almost daily. Took my camera to slow me down enough to see and learn the significance of her presence. THANK YOU so very much John!

    – Owed to Nature

  • lynn carter
    lynn carteralmost 2 years ago

    beautiful capture, l think we may get snow tomorrow xx

  • Thank you Lynn. Such odd weather we’re having. Yesterday was gloomy, slushy and snowy. Today, everything is melting away as it’s sunny and rather warm. Then tomorrow, it’s supposed to be utterly cold. Hope you enjoy your snow! ;-)

    – Owed to Nature

  • CanyonWind
    CanyonWindalmost 2 years ago

  • Thank you Very Much POPs! …Sylvia

    – Owed to Nature

  • Manon Boily
    Manon Boilyalmost 2 years ago

    very nice! cool dreamy effect ;)

  • Though snow stopped, was still a light mist falling. Not so good for keeping a lens dry and clear but made for a nice foggy effect in the distance. ;-)

    – Owed to Nature

  • RGHunt
    RGHuntover 1 year ago

    08 FEBRUARY 2013 - AWESOME WORK BY YOU

  • Thank you very much for your generosity and this Feature! …Sylvia

    – Owed to Nature

  • fauselr
    fauselrover 1 year ago

    lovely

  • Thank you!

    – Owed to Nature

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