Salem Massachusetts – Part 1


Here are some photos I took while in Salem, MA in 2012.

Salem is another sea side town offering many views of boats on the nearby water. They also have a small light house. It was founded in 1626 by Roger Conant.

As you know, Salem is well known for its Witch Trials held in 1692 . You can also find the house made famous by Nathaniel Hawthorne’s novel ,The House of the Seven Gables.

This is not a travel blog, but you can find out more about Salem by visiting this link: http://www.salem.com/Pages/visitors .

I took these photos with my Panasonic Lumix camera which I mentioned in my first post, Pictomania New England, where you can see pics of rockport and Gloucester, Massachusetts.  (see Older Posts).

I took over a hundred pictures when we were in Salem. I will post them later in several groups rather than all at once.

Please hit the like button if the photos are pleasing to you. I’d love to see some comments as well if you have the time.

Enjoy…

DSCN3223This one of the reasons why Salem is considered witch country. A witch actually moved Waikiki Beach to Salem.

 Get all your witch supplies here.

DSCN3245This the famous House of Seven Gables.

P1010308Peaceful harbor at Salem.

P1010359

This place has many sea shells to choose from.

P1010361This shell agreed to post for me, then he charged me ten dollars (US).

P1010381Checking things out.

P1010419Looks like she lost her paddle.

P1010347Sneak peek into the harbor.

P1010449Pathway to the public beach.

P1010450Cute lifeguard posing for me.

P1010476Enjoying the view.

P1010472Sail boat or power boat? What’s you choice?

Come back for more photos of Salem.

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