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Views from Fifty Floors UP

By Trev_B
The tallest building in the city of Boston is the Prudential building and for $13 you can visit the Prudential Skywalk a take in the 360 degree views from 50 floors above street level.

This image is facing East over Boston Common, the oldest common land in the US, to the Bay and its Islands. The 23 carat gold dome of the Massachusetts State House can be seen just below centre of this image.

The other variants are all views from the Skywalk.

Many thanks for the votes and kind comments over the past few days... always a pleasure to receive comments or critique.

Tags: Usa Architecture Ma Bosto Skywalk

Voters: Mike_Smith, achieverswales, saeidNL and 8 more

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achieverswales 12 8 101 Wales
28 Mar 2011 7:11PM
Hi Trev
Excellent DOF on this awsome capture, no variants at the moment!


Trev_B 15 151 68 England
28 Mar 2011 7:14PM
Thanks Trev... the variants are there now... someone came to the door.

saeidNL 13 3 Netherlands
28 Mar 2011 7:20PM
Wonderful set of images,all very beautiful,
achieverswales 12 8 101 Wales
28 Mar 2011 8:00PM
Hi Trev
All three there now Trev V1 for me Awsome capture!


28 Mar 2011 8:38PM
Superb view Trev, this must be a huge building!

jackitec 14 16 Spain
28 Mar 2011 9:01PM
Super shots Trev, V3 for me, I was in Boston in 1988 I suppose it has changed quite a bit since then, I found a great restaurant down on the waterfront but can't remember the name,

Trev_B 15 151 68 England
28 Mar 2011 9:19PM
Thanks for the comments fellas.

Jack if you ever go back there is a great Thai called the Chilli Duck in the Back Bay area... A Green Curry To die for.

Ray42 14 3 England
29 Mar 2011 8:00AM
A great set of views
barbarahirst 14 27 12 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2011 8:28AM
What views
Lillian Plus
13 23 17 United Kingdom
29 Mar 2011 9:16AM
Well worth the money for the Skywalk to get views like this Trev, outstanding all of preference, as have enjoyed viewing all

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