I recently had the honor or capturing some spectacular photographs of the stunning, Nina. On a lovely April afternoon, Nina and I met up at Jamaica Pond in Boston, Ma. Nina reached out to me to take these photos’ as she is building her modeling portfolio.
As you can see by some of my favorite pictures, Nina made it very easy. She is a natural behind the camera. Nina chose Jamaica Pond in Jamaica Plain, which is part of Boston, Ma. The area was gorgeous and the photo opportunities were endless.
Jamaica Pond is a kettle pond and a beautiful part of the Emerald Necklace of parks in Boston and around the area that were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
The pond and park are in the Jamaica Plain community of Boston, Ma and it borders Brookline, Ma. It’s the home of the Muddy River, which empties into the Charles River. The pond is roughly 68 acres. It’s just about 53 feet deep in the middle making it the largest body of fresh water in Boston, Ma.
A 1.5-mile walking path surrounds it and it’s a super popular place for walking fishing and sailing. The pond once served as a reservoir for the City of Boston and the Town of West Roxbury, and it supplied ice in the winter to Boston and beyond.
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