Photographer's Note

The Charles River Esplanade is a beautiful area of Boston; the 17-mile stretch of land along the banks of the Charles River. To many people, this area is known as the Esplanade.The Esplanade is a state-owned park situated in the Back Bay area of the city, on the banks of the Charles River. It comprises part of the Charles River Reservation state park, Pedestrian access to the park exists at Charles Circle, Massachusetts Avenue Bridge, and Beacon Street.

The Esplanade was dedicated as the Boston Embankment in 1910. The Embankment was created as part of the construction of the 1910 Charles River Dam. The Esplanade is also the venue of Boston Pops/Fireworks on July 4th (Independence Day)

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