Crossing Boston: A photo essay of the city’s lasting impression
By Paulina Sanchez-NavarroNovember 6, 2015, 3:54 p.m.
Every visitor takes away a different experience from a trip to a famous city. I first visited Boston when I was 9, and my lingering memories were mostly of tourist attractions. Now, two decades later, I decided to wander through the city to rediscover it in my own way. Every day I would choose a different destination, and then weave my path through the streets, alleys, and parks, going where my eye and interest took me. Meeting the city in this spontaneous way helped me find a new and different appreciation for Boston.
Paulina Sanchez-Navarro is a Mexico City-based photographer affiliated with Galería Motsakki. Recently, her photograph of the Abu Dhabi Mosque was chosen for inclusion in a book of architectural photography and featured at an artists' award reception at the Louvre. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Instagram @paulinasancheznavarro.