Beantown Buddies

by Andrea Morris
Wednesday, Jul 27, 2016



Credit: Flickr/mikeric:Boston_2015028

The Boston Common is home to furry, feathered, and ferrous friends. The affable amphibians at the Frog Pond keep watch as children splash in the summer and skate in the winter, while the darling ducklings recreate their daring dash across Beacon Street. Who isn’t charmed by their cheerful presence? Turning a pout into a smile is one of Public art’s most valuable services. 

Tags: July 2016

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