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Boston Night Skyline B&W : Stock Photo
View of Boston night skyline from Fan Pier plaza cobblestone walkway. Reflections of the financial district high rises and downtown in the water of Fort Point Channel.

Boston Night Skyline B&W

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Laszlo Vasko photography
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View of Boston night skyline from Fan Pier plaza cobblestone walkway. Reflections of the financial district high rises and downtown in the water of Fort Point Channel.
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