his summer, artist Leo March went exploring throughout the Boston Harbor. Along its contour, from Dorchester to East Boston, he discovered the Harbor has a rhythm. It varied in every section, influenced by the local infrastructure, the type of light, the amount of shade, the breeze, the temperature, and the visitors. In some areas this rhythm triggered a welcoming feeling. As he explored, Leo attempted to photograph these places, focusing on who uses the waterfront, why, and in what manner—which prompted him to reflect what potential remains to fulfill.
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