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Spring has certainly arrived and it now appears that the best of spring weather has, too.
What’s the best way to take advantage of it?
Well, your mileage will vary, depending on your favorite type of activity.
Whenever you need a little direction, however, there are plenty of good places to look and one of the best is on Instagram.
Since the introduction of #VisitMA, one of the hashtags that we like to use on Instagram, there have been more than 70,000 tagged with #VisitMA, and more are being added each day.
The photos show everything from museums to beaches to local Samoyeds that make everyone feel better (seriously).
Before you visit Massachusetts, or before you plan a day trip here, it’s a great resource. And during the past couple of weeks, there have been some especially gorgeous #VisitMA photos.
Without further ado, here are ten of our favorites.
As always, we owe a major thank you to everyone who shares with us, and that goes double for those who are generous enough to let us feature their work.
The view from Cambridge Center Roof Garden in Cambridge, MA by @msmimmy on Instagram
Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston, MA by John Valadas via @towerhillbg on Instagram
Acres of space in Ashfield, MA by @st3llabluee on Instagram
Sunny days in Manchester-by the-Sea, MA by @supsurfari on Instagram (Surfari Stand Up Paddle & Surf is the cedar shingle building on the right)
Sunset at Herring Cove in Provincetown, MA by @3star777 on Instagram
On the fence in Nantucket, MA by @michaeljstone on Instagram
The sky is alive in Plymouth, MA by @stevejenness on Instagram
Exploring Ice Glen in Stockbridge, MA by @samanthamscott on Instagram
West Beach in Beverly, MA by @evan_guarino on Instagram
Ready for spring on Martha’s Vineyard by @islandrealestatemv on Instagram
If you’d ever like to take part and share one of your photos with us, just use the hashtag #VisitMA when you post. We check those photos every day and feature them through our account several times per week.
Of course, Instagram isn’t the only helpful resource for Massachusetts travel inspiration.
Which of the ten views shown above would you most like to see in person? Let us know below in the comments!
Photo at the top: Humarock in Scituate, MA by McLaughlin