On arrival in Boston for a street/urban photography workshop with Steve Simon it became immediately obvious that much of Boston's history was formed by the fact that for a long time it was the premier port in North America until superceded by New York. So a fair amount of my time during my short stay was devoted to the waterfront.
The appearance of a WW 11 movie was achieved by shooting through the plastic window of the water taxi that ferried me from Logan Airport to the mainland. A wonderful way to travel from an airport!
Modern-day Boston encroaches into the harbor on man-made land.
There are a number of routes that keep the ferries busy; I found the water taxi more fun than a ferry would be.
Bunker Hill Bridge over the Charles River