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It's nice to realize that there are still unseen places to discover in a city as small as Boston; I've lived here since August of 1987. This is a chunk of the Stonybrook Reservation that at least one community group would like to see renovated and converted into a dog park.


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It is not exactly open to the public, but we didn't exactly have to climb or jump to enter.

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There was some evidence that others are already walking their dogs here--slightly worn pathways, dog droppings.

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And lots of evidence of use by spray-can artists.

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ellettra
Jan. 8th, 2016 10:30 pm (UTC)
Ooooh, neat place.
juliansinger
Jan. 9th, 2016 01:19 am (UTC)
Oh, cool. I haven't actually been to that part of the reservation. (I mostly stick to the West Roxbury part of it.) That's some pretty good graffiti art, there.
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darkest_diary
Jan. 10th, 2016 02:22 pm (UTC)
It's very nice street art. I have always been fascinated by what people can accomplish with spray cans. Some street artist are very talented!
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