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!