Riding the Urban Wave

On March 23rd, 2011 as I was walking around the South End photographing murals for an upcoming “project,” I noticed this public art work. It is called LandWave and it is designed by Gillis-Smith/Kilkelly/Cormier led by landscape architect Shauna Gillies-Smith. I think the project is interesting especially given that a good chunk of Boston is built on land reclaimed from the sea, in fact, Boston was known as Shawmut Peninsula. The SHIFTboston blog dedicated a post to this land art work (with more recent images too).

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  1. Thanks for the SHIFTboston mention! Great photos!

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    • Thanks so much for the comment! Will definitely be checking out the SHIFTboston blog more often!

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  2. This is really beautiful…I once knew that neighborhood well but have been gone for many many years.

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