Capturing a city's pulse in pictures

'A Year in the Life' is labor of love for Brett

'Boston: A Year in the Life' Bill Brett's new book, ''Boston: A Year in the Life,'' features a photograph for every day. Above: the sunset on Nov. 2, 2007, from Boylston Street. (Bill Brett/Globe Staff)
By Seetha Narayan
Globe Correspondent / September 2, 2008

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To take a photograph can be a passionate journey. If you've never felt that way about your impulse clicks of camera and cellphone, talk to Boston Globe veteran Bill Brett. The Dorchester native chased fires at 16 to capture them on film, and now, at 63, is still sprinting with his camera. (Full article: 680 words)

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