Gallery: Winter Wonderland

By Daily Free Press Photographers

As Fall slips away and the days get shorter, the trees go bare and Bostonians bundle up. The Frog pond freezes over and decorations adorn doorways— it can only mean one thing: Winter is coming to Boston.

The Make Way For Ducklings statue in Boston Common decorated with Santa costumes in November. MATTHEW EADIE/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Boston’s signature Santa Claus Jim Manning at a pet Meet-and-Greet with Santa at the Colonnade in Boston. MARGARET CORONA/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A Berklee College of Music student takes the stage to sing a Christmas tune. KELLY BRODER/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
The 52nd tree annually gifted by Nova Scotia to Boston lights up in Boston Common, honoring more than a century of friendship. KELLY BRODER/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
A spectator takes photos of the tree lighting in Boston Common on Nov. 30. KELLY BRODER/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
People smile after the tree lighting on Nov. 30. KELLY BRODER/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Wreaths hang from the windows of a building in Back Bay. SARAH CRUZ/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Elizabeth Hart, assistant director of student activities at BU pours chocolate syrup on hot chocolate at a wellbeing event on Wednesday. MAGDALENA LAZOWSKI/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Students make hot chocolate at a wellbeing event on BU’s campus. MAGDALENA LAZOWSKI/ DFP PHOTOGRAPHER
Ice skaters fly around the Frog Pond on Boston Common. ISABELLE MEGOSH/DFP PHOTOGRAPHER

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