Boston, and nearby, 2nd March 2018

That’s Atlantic Avenue near the Aquarium.

That’s Essex, in Cape Ann.

That’s the Sargent’s Wharf parking lot.

That’s is where General Electric wants to build their new headquarters (!).

That’s Columbus Park, near the Aquarium.

That’s Neponset Circle.

That’s Plymouth Rock in Plymouth.

That’s Sandwich.

That’s Quincy.

Yeah, developing on Atlantic Avenue is really smahhht!.

And this is not a hurricane.

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