At the end of June I visited Trinity Church in Copley Square Boston. I had visited many times in the past- sometimes to attend a service and at other times to take a closer look at the building and grounds. I used to work on Boylston Street and had lunch in the “new” Copley Square whenever I could. Did you know that Trinity Church is considered one of the finest American buildings by the American Institute of Architects and that it established the “Richardsonian Romanesque” style that influenced architectural design throughout America as well as in Europe and Canada? I encourage you to take a closer look for yourself.
Inspiration comes from the world around us; color, texture, pattern- all components of the ever changing landscape. The camera captures these moments for further reflection. This blog will feature monthly musings centered on the landscape.