Walking wild

 

Gerry Island


Marblehead light 

Chandler Hovey lighthouse

As seen from Gerry Island


Gerry Island was named after Eldbridge Gerry who was the Governor of Massachusetts and the fifth Vice President of the United States.

He was a signer of the American Declaration of Independence and at the constitutional convention in 1787 he refused to sign because it did not, at that time, include the bill of rights. 

This tiny island in my home-town was named for him and at low tide one can walk out to it and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

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Comments

  1. A beautiful image, it looks like a postcard.

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  2. Oh how lovely. Ginny is right - this could be a postcard or perhaps a magazine cover.
    Thanks for sharing at https://image-in-ing.blogspot.com/2020/11/night-visitors.html

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  3. I agree with Ginny, it is picture postcard perfect.

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  4. WOW! Postcard-perfect capture!

    Happy Thursday!

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  5. what a beautiful scene, the light is amazing

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  6. What a lovely bit of history and a gem of a place for photos!

    I'm so happy to see your link at 'My Corner of the World' this week!

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