Aby-a-Day – July 26: “Wet” (Saturday Photo Hunt)

This week’s Photo Hunt subject is “Wet.”

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Jacoby is not especially afraid of getting wet. In some ways this is a bad thing, because the traditional spray bottle punishment doesn’t work at all on him.

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Of course, this also means that when Jake and I happen to be near water, I can get some awesome photographs.

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Living in Boston, we have occasion to see a lot of water. There’s Boston Harbor, Fort Point Channel, the Charles River and Massachusetts Bay, all within a mile and a half of our house.

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There’s a reason the Standells’ song Dirty Water is Boston’s theme song, although the water’s a lot cleaner now than it was back in the mid 1960’s.

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Jake and I went to Christopher Columbus Park a while back and just enjoyed a nice day outside looking out at the harbour.

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I’m kind of glad I don’t know how polluted it all used to be. Now it all seems so nice, it’s hard to believe that within my lifetime, people were advised to get a tetanus shot if they so much as came in contact with the water, let alone went swimming in it!

4 thoughts on “Aby-a-Day – July 26: “Wet” (Saturday Photo Hunt)

  1. He does look quite at home in the aquatic or nautical environment. I am impressed with how clean-looking those black posts are. How do they keep the seagulls off everything? It’s obvious why Boston’s water got so dirty….they DID have a predisposition for dumping stuff in the water.

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  2. Beautiful pictures Coco..I’m glad that the water has cleared up so much..can you imagine..a tetanus shot!

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