I saw Boston’s Harborwalk while on the bus tour the other day, and I knew I was going to have to make that my first ‘hop-on-hop-off’ stop on the tour. I did a lot of walking that day, a lot. But it was pretty, and the weather was great. And I had a fun conversation with an insurance man who was also enjoying the view. He had a camara like mine, he said. “Do you shoot RAW?” he wanted to know. “Do you know Lightroom?” was his next question. Thanks to my awesome camera group, the FCCP from Clearwater, FL, I was able to say yes to both questions. But he got me with his next question, “Do you use back button focus?” Funny thing is I had just attempted to read an article about exactly that. Attempted is the operative word here. I found it a bit abstract, but now I’m determined to figure it out. Because once he caught me up in a question he was happy to rush back to work. LOL. No, not laughing. Gonna have to make sure that doesn’t happen again.The bus tour driver had pointed out the Hood milk bottle as we cruised to the next stop. And the yellow boat where they reenact the Boston Tea Party, throwing plastic bins of tea over the side and then hoisting them back in again. He had lots of interesting things to point out that proved too difficult to photograph. Like the glimpse down an alleyway where Boston Latin used to be. Boston Latin is the oldest public school in the country and several founding fathers graduated from there. We passed a spot of green among the buildings and it turned out to be a very old cemetery where three of the signers of the declaration of independence are buried. He even pointed out a bar where Sam Adams used to hang out, directly across the street from the cemetery where he was buried. He said you can have a cold Sam Adams while you pay your respects to an even colder Sam Adams. Lots of history in not a lot of square footage in Boston.