Category: Photo Essay

Lynch Park Garden

Entrance to Lynch Park Garden

Entrance to Lynch Park Garden

Warning Part One

Warning Part One

Warning Part Two

Warning Part Two

From Behind the Lions

From Behind the Lions

From the corner

From the corner

The Canopy

The Canopy

I took the kayak out on the water yesterday, and I was glad to do it. The weather was fine, sunny with calm winds. I saw a seal pass me by, and I made it as far as Mingo Beach in Beverly, Massachusetts.

On the way home, I beached at Lynch Park, also in Beverly. I had my water-proof camera, so I was able to take these pictures.

The photos depict the land approach into the Garden a Lynch Park. The person who enters the garden this way reads a warning on the gateway posts: Whosoever enters here let him Beware – For he shall nevermore escape not be free of my spell. I don’t know whose spell it is. I also didn’t know that “whosoever” was a word.

I was expecting only to look at the canopy. Being late September, I didn’t think there would be much blooming in the garden. I was glad to see ample color this late in the season.

The park has lots of open space, a concert hatch-shell, two small beaches, an ice cream stand, and a play structure. But, it’s the gardens that will take you back there.

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