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Shell at Eastport Park

Chris Rich recently visited Eastport Park, an open-air sculpture garden on the South Boston waterfront.

Copyright Chris Rich. Posted in the Universal Hub pool on Flickr.

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The Dude takes good pictures. What would be interesting would be pictures of the abandoned industrial might of the old East Boston, before it all disappears. I'd chip in to buy some beers for the Dude at Charlie Zuff's, as long as he includes some pictures of the tugboats Over at Border street, before they get evicted or something.

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I'm a short crosseyed half blind idiot.

The real value for me is when the stock stuff I make alerts an actual artist like ViewNortheast to new possibilities. She can look through a run of shots and come up with something better.

I also toss links out for comment back story so readers can check some story subject without bugging Adam to post my stuff. I'm a community guy.

I've been an advocate since the 80s when I got Ornette Coleman money. The impulse to knit a community fabric remains but the means have changed substantially.

Over at G plus, it was my favorite Kashubian theater designers birthday so I hoisted a photo of Rockport to compare with Zoppot, a seacoast town near Gdansk that figures in the early Grass novels. My Javanese friend learned about Bulgarian pantonal singing from the Kutev unit.

http://youtu.be/Mrv4yPTJSjU

It's really a wonderful way to live and an amazing time to be alive.

Thanks as ever Adam.

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I never heard of this place. I was just whining silently to myself about Boston's lack of sculpture and public art. I'll have to check this place out.

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Obviously a name made up by some stupid realtor. I can see it now: "Steps from the Eastport Park".

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Public art is a great photo walk subject and there is a lot of it.
This is just my sculpture folder http://goo.gl/UKycKC

It seems to be funded and set out and then it's just there. It would be sweet to see google maps add a public art icon to maps along with the other indicated things.

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