While I was in Boston, I took about 30 pictures (at least) of the Old State House. It’s location is close to Quincy Market, and not far from the cemetaries that I photographed or Boston Common. Basically, we passed it 2-3 times a day for 4 days.
A sign that you’ve seen a bit too much of a building? I was watching an episode of “Crossing Jordan” last night. The show is set in Boston, and since my return from there I watch the episodes closely to look for landmarks that I saw on my trip. Last night it went a bit too far though. They flashed the image up of the eagle statue on the back of the building which has a plaque with a crest above it … and I recognized it immediately as the Old State House. You know a few too many details about a building if you can recognize it based on a statue and a crest. A statue that I could never manage to get a picture of because it was backlit every time I tried – so I just ended up with a silhouette of the building. That’s ok though – I can always catch it on TV.