Otherwise knows as Harvard to everyone without the Massachusetts accent. Being originally from New York, with a dash of living in Florida for a few years, then spending the remainder of my childhood and college years in Vermont, I am known to have a very neutral accent. Sometimes people pick up on a little “New York” but I don’t hear it anymore. This family was up visiting from PA (they don’t have an accent 🙂 ) and decided they wanted an urban backdrop and we landed on Harvard—University Hall to be exact. Harvard Square was a bustle with people and street performers. What I loved is how this mom knew that me going off one on one with the kids would be less distracting and so I did—and one by one I learned a little bit about each. They also came equipped with their own props—a first! Dad is a musician and according to Little S, he can really “rock out”. After spending some time on campus we headed over to Herrell’s to grab some ice-cream cones for some fun shots. I have to say that was the fastest melting ice-cream I’ve ever seen. I guess it being 90 degrees didn’t help the matter either. Hoping you guys have a safe drive home tomorrow (yikes-10 hours!). All the best and hope to see you again soon!