Massachusetts: Images of the Bay State

Slide 1 of 38: A schooner sails in front of the Boston Harbor skyline. Boston is the largest city in New England, and the capital of Massachusetts.
Slide 2 of 38: Louie Knolle, a farmhand, harvests empire apples at Clarkdale Fruit Farms in Deerfield, Massachusetts, on October 15, 2015.
Slide 3 of 38: An autumn view of Mount Greylock, the highest peak in Massachusetts, standing 3,491 feet above sea level
Slide 4 of 38: A view of the city of Fall River, seen from the Taunton River, in Bristol County, Massachusetts

Slide 5 of 38: A humpback whale breaches in the Atlantic, off Cape Cod.
Slide 6 of 38: The Old State House, built in 1713, stands surrounded by tall office buildings in downtown Boston. The structure is a National Historic Landmark, and now serves as a history museum.
Slide 7 of 38: A statue of Paul Revere stands near the Old North Church (background) in Boston.
Slide 8 of 38: A view of the Connecticut River winding through Massachusetts's Pioneer Valley, seen at dusk from Sugarloaf Mountain in Sunderland.
Slide 9 of 38: An aerial view of Marblehead Harbor, with the town of Marblehead in the background

Slide 10 of 38: Surfers take advantage of wind and waves from a winter snowstorm in Gloucester, Massachusetts, on February 13, 2017.
Slide 11 of 38: The French King Bridge carries Route 2 over the Connecticut River, connecting the towns of Erving and Gill.
Slide 12 of 38: An aerial view of the town of Natick, showing the Natick Common, the First Congregational Church (left), and the Town Hall (right)
Slide 13 of 38: In Wellesley, crowds cheer on Boston Marathon runners in the iconic "scream tunnel" near Wellesley College, on April 17, 2017.
Slide 14 of 38: During a reenactment, British soldiers fight Minute Men on Battle Road in Concord, Massachusetts, on April 16, 2011.

Slide 15 of 38: A view of the atmosphere and crowd during the FreshGrass Music Festival 2018 at Mass MoCA, at sunset on September 16, 2018, in North Adams, Massachusetts.
Slide 16 of 38: Steam rises around one of the two lighthouses on Thacher Island, on a cold day off Cape Ann.
Slide 17 of 38: A seagull takes flight in high winds and blowing snow as a massive winter storm approaches, in Hull, Massachusetts, on January 4, 2018.
Slide 18 of 38: Crews are seen in action during the 53rd Head of the Charles Regatta on the Charles River on October 21, 2017. The Head of Charles, which began in 1965, attracts more than 11,000 athletes from around the globe. The course is three miles long and starts at Boston University's DeWolfe Boathouse, near the Charles River Basin; passes Harvard University (seen in the background here); and ends just after the Eliot Bridge.
Slide 19 of 38: A residential road on a fall day, seen in Newton, Massachusetts
Slide 20 of 38: A swimmer wades into Walden Pond on a fall afternoon in Concord, Massachusetts, on October 15, 2013.
Slide 21 of 38: A view of the city of Lawrence, in Essex County. Lawrence is home to more than 80,000 residents.
Slide 22 of 38: Sunlight filters through trees on a misty morning in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, in October 2012.
Slide 23 of 38: Boston Light, and Graves Light (background), two historic lighthouses among Boston's Harbor Islands, seen from the town of Hull
Slide 24 of 38: Crowds of visitors walk along Commercial Street in Provincetown on Cape Cod, on June 22, 2013.
Slide 25 of 38: Buildings in the Dorchester-Milton Lower Mills Industrial District stand along the Neponset River in Boston's Dorchester area, and the town of Milton, Massachusetts.
Slide 26 of 38: From left, friends Jackson Greeley, Andreas Frank, and Louis Lapsley play a game of ice hockey on the frozen duck pond in Boston Common on February 9, 2013, in Boston.
Slide 27 of 38: Marlborough's Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, and First Baptist Church, photographed on July 20, 2020
Slide 28 of 38: A view of Springfield, Massachusetts, including the Basketball Hall of Fame (right), along the Connecticut River
Slide 29 of 38: The Wayside Inn Grist Mill, photographed during a snowstorm. The structure is a replica built in the town of Sudbury by Henry Ford in 1929.
Slide 30 of 38: A holiday display is seen in the city of Worcester, Massachusetts.
Slide 31 of 38: An aerial view of a residential neighborhood in the city of New Bedford
Slide 32 of 38: A replica streetcar, part of Lowell National Historical Park, enters a carbarn, crossing over a small canal in Lowell, Massachusetts.
Slide 33 of 38: A harbor seal basks on the beach in Salisbury Beach State Reservation.
Slide 34 of 38: The Boston skyline, as seen from Marblehead
Slide 35 of 38: The Friendship of Salem, a replica ship built in 2000, sits docked at the Salem Maritime National Historic Site, in the city of Salem.
Slide 36 of 38: A view of the architecture in Boston's Back Bay
Slide 37 of 38: A great blue heron stands motionless in a marsh near Concord.
Slide 38 of 38: On Martha's Vineyard, a view of Gay Head Light and Aquinnah Cliffs
Source: Read Full Article