Sunday, March 10, 2013

worcester massachusetts

as seen from the window of a peter pan bus

14 comments:

Cezar and Léia said...

wow magnificent view, this is a special window! :)
Léia

Birdman said...

Was Tinkerbell at the wheel? Grin.

Sharon said...

That's a beautiful building you've captured.

magiceye said...

Wow! a stunner!!

slim said...

Wonderful capture . . . is that the train station in Worcester?

Malyss said...

Nice view! Were shadows allowed in that Peter Pan Bus?...

Lowell said...

It's a beautiful look at the city. I especially like the muted colors which makes me think this was taken as afternoon was winding down...

Melissa said...

Wow, I would have guessed Europe. Beautiful skies again. Looks like you're enjoying the good weather!

Sharon Creech said...

You've captured something mystical and magical here -- the light is amazing!

Bob Crowe said...

What's a Peter Pan bus?

Never been to Worcester. My brother worked at Norton there for some time. You make it look very inviting.

Thanks for your comment identifying Girl Rising today.

Jack said...

You have made Worcester look quite appealing today. I usually see Worcester from a car hurtling along Route 290.

Kate said...

Same question as Bob's...what is a Peter Pan bus? i like the light appearing building.

Kenneth Peterson said...

That's Union Station in Worcester, where passengers can catch an MBTA commuter rail train to Boston or points east, as well as the occasional Amtrak train.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Union_Station_(Worcester,_Massachusetts)

The taller buildings in the background are located near that city's Common & City Hall.

"Peter Pan" is one of several large bus companies that serve the northeast.

JM said...

I've read it's a train station and it's a beautiful one.