Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Snowing In Salem

Here are some photos that I took from the windows, and just outside of the Hawthorne Hotel today.  I thought you might enjoy seeing our viewpoint.  The first set of photos are specifically of something that was taking place on Salem Common.  Someone built two snowpeople, a traditional "man" and a something else, and I took some photos with my longer lens of a person who was either finishing up the job, or someone who was trying to edit what he found.












So it turned out that whoever built the snow people didn't have "things" with them to finish the faces, etc., so our team went out to complete the job.  Here are some photos of the finished product:

Left to right:  Thomas MacDonald, Karen O'Kane, Lindsay Otis, Sara Norris, Jessica Wright and Juli Lederhaus
 And then the team got the bright idea to throw snowballs at the camera woman (me) after a local who took the group shot that included me (above) left.




These following photos are all shot from the sixth floor of the hotel.  I started in the corner, shooting from room 620, and then proceeded around the building as much as I could.  Unfortunately all of the "02" rooms that afforded this same view were occupied, so there is one corner that is not as complete as I would like.
Salem Witch Museum as seen from room 620

Andrew Safford House, owned by PEM, as seen from room 620

Salem Common, as seen from room 629





Crowninshield-Bentley House, owned by PEM, as seen from room 620

The Old Spot and Crowninshield-Bentley House

Andrew Safford House

Hawthorne Blvd. with the Immaculate Conception Church on the left, view from room 612

View from room 612

View from room 612

The Salem Common, and Washington Square South, as seen from the hallway near 628

Our parking lots

I hope to see you here.  And I hope it is not snowing.

Juli

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