Picture Summer Day 4: Summer Traditions
Today as those in the US set time aside for food, fun, family and celebrating the birth of our nation, we are steeped in the family traditions of summer. We often choose to spend the day enjoying the simplest of pleasures. We just happen to be doing it with a lot of good company. Parades, B-B-Qs and bike rides are among some of the mainstays of the season. Today, take your camera along for the ride and capture what you’re doing on this fine summer day.
This 4th of July found us enjoying one of our favorite summer traditions, Red Sox baseball. My husband and I were able to go without the kids for which we felt a wee bit guilty but we got over it.
View down Landsdowne Street with the Prudential Bldg.
A moving tribute for the Armed Services.
Singing of the National Anthem.
SUN. And they weren’t kidding. It was HOT!
A magnificent flyover.
“Get yer cotton candy heeya!” ~ said with a strong Boston accent
Historic park. A tradition for many.
And we even had time for a stroll around the city. Here’s Boston’s Old South Church.
Other than the Red Sox losing (sigh) it was a great day.