Boston Winter Crosswalk Fine Art Photography Print

$28.00

Boston Winter Crosswalk is a 8 1/2 X 11 inches giclee print on archival Epson Paper. Signed by Deborah Julian. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.

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Boston Winter Crosswalk is a 8 1/2 X 11 inches giclee print on archival Epson Paper. Signed by Deborah Julian. FREE SHIPPING IN THE U.S.

Shipped United States Postal Service within two days of receiving your order. Sealed in clear plastic. Cardboard backing, no bends or creases. Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back.


A Boston Winter Crosswalk, an urban experience familiar to people living in the Northeast, but the odd angle is a benefit from the city built long before cars. Your eyes don’t get lazy in Boston.

“We were staying in a hotel in downtown Boston. I looked out the window and saw the stark cold of this winter intersection. Huddled against the wind, people cross the geometry of the street. I got my camera out and took several shots. This is the one I liked best. When I look at it, I can still feel the cold.”

All prints by the artist, Street photographer Deborah Julian.

Boston winters

…are cold and snowy. The average temperature in Boston in January is 22 degrees Fahrenheit (-6 Celsius). Snowfall averages around 20 inches (51 centimeters) per year.

Boston winters can be difficult to adjust to, especially if you are not used to cold weather. It is important to dress warmly and have appropriate winter gear, such as a heavy coat, hat, and boots. You should also be aware of the dangers of cold weather, such as hypothermia and frostbite.

If you are planning to visit Boston during the winter, make sure to check the forecast in advance and be prepared for the possibility of snow. Remember that even if it is not snowing when you arrive, it could start snowing at any time.

Boston winters can be beautiful, but they can also be challenging. Be sure to dress warmly, have appropriate winter gear, and be aware of the dangers of cold weather. With a little planning and preparation, you can enjoy your visit to Boston during the winter months.

 

 

 

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