Salem Witch Museum in Snow Flurries 582AS_WinterAdd to Lightbox Download
The Salem Witch Museum signage glows golden through the winter snow flurries. Ironically it is housed in an old church. The colors of the photo are a pleasing purple, brown and complementary golden yellow. The Salem witch trials of 1692 are a sad part of American history. A coper green statue of Roger Conant, the founder of Salem, stands outside the Salem Witch Museum. Tourists flock to the town of Salem every Halloween and it is a popular travel destination year-round. The name Salem comes from the Hebrew word “Shalom,” meaning peace.
- Salem Witch Museum Snow_582AS_Winter©JMacCausland'14.tif
- Janet MacCausland
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- Americana, Northeast USA Town & Countryside