Photographer's Note

The location is Copley Square, in the Back Bay. The tallest building, still known as the John Hancock (designed by I.M. Pei, who also designed the pyramid at the Louvre), is the modernist pivot for an architectural assortment: on the right, the classical revival of the Boston Public Library (McKim, Mead, and White), the oldest free public library in the United States; to the left, the art deco of the older Hancock Building, some post-modernism, and (partially obscured by tree branches) H. H. Richardson's Romanesque Revival Trinity Church.

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