I just pulled this one out of my achieves for the December photo club salon for the category "old and new". It was taken during a beautiful and warm October weekend in 2012 as my wife and I walked down to the Boston waterfront.
This was taken with a pocket camera. This is not an HDR, but I did make ample use of the highlight, whites, and shadows sliders in Lightroom.
The Old State House was once the tallest building in Boston. I would have loved to have seen Boston in colonial times. For some reason I am intrigued with what the infrastructure must have been to be able to get food into Boston on a daily basis. I have this vision of a long stream of ox-pulled carts hauling food into the city every day from farms everywhere. The waterfront activity must have been extraordinary.
Built between 1712-1713, this old brick building is now 300 years old. According to the Freedom Trail Web site it is "one of the most beautiful and important public buildings still standing from the original 13 colonies."
The building is now maintained as an historic site and museum.