The morning of the 4th of July holiday felt like a good time to head into Boston for a bit of photo play. My destination was Underground at Ink Block, a park under a set of high (I-93) highway bridges.
I visited back in 2017 when the first set of murals went on the walls. Last week 8 artists were hard at work placing new creations on the bridge structure. I toyed with the idea of visiting last weekend but instead of visiting when there was a celebration party going on I thought I'd prefer a quieter day. Saturday would have provided opportunities for people photos but today I was able to enjoy the murals without any distraction.
I have to admit that I found trying to frame shots of murals in a constrained space to be a bit challenging! The mural below on a bridge support was a bit easier for me since there was space in the park to back away from the structure.
The mural shown below was created by Victor Quiñonez (Marka27).