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math guy Senior Member • Posts: 2,799

Took a quick trip to Boston last week. Due to the nature of the trip and the limitation on bag size at Fenway Park, I packed lighter than I usually do and left the 18-135 at home. That's the last time I'll do that, as I really missed it when I went out for some late-night photography around Quincy Market. The gap between the Viltrox 23mm and the Sony 70-350 is just too wide. Even so, I got plenty of shots I was happy with. Here are some of my favorites.

Not just a tourist attraction - they actually have good food!

Boylston Street Bridge over the Back Bay Fens, taken from Ipswich Street

Torrential rain Tuesday night postponed the Red Sox game until Wednesday afternoon.

Faneuil Hall, the Cradle of Liberty

Boston Custom House Tower

Quincy Market

Monica's Mercato and Salumeria, home of the best Italian subs in Boston

Fenway Park
Much better weather on Wednesday
I used the A6400's panorama mode for this. I find it works pretty well.

Michael Chavis making a diving catch of an errant throw from catcher Christian Vazquez.
Successful stolen base by Vladimir Guerrero, Jr.

Kike Hernandez can play just about any position on the field. That day he was at short stop.

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