The Charles River is an iconic part of the landscape of Boston and Cambridge. It is the dividing line between the two, a playground for all the rowers, sailors, and kayakers. It was also the scenic way for me to get to work whenever I wasn't feeling rushed. I could hop on my longboard and wind my way around the big bend of the river from Western Ave to Kendall Square. It was a great way to start the day or unwind after work. Along the way, I would be compelled to stop abruptly and take photos of the river. Here is a collection of four such images, which now hang in the cafe area of Lutron's Boston engineering office.