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Summer is here, and that means plenty of sunshine and breezy temperatures: the perfect conditions for a Massachusetts adventure.
Our #NoSummerRegrets microsite is a most useful resource for your next adventure.
The idea behind #NoSummerRegrets is simple: make this summer one to remember. A summer full of live music. And amazing seafood. And all kinds of other good stuff you’ll find right here in Massachusetts.
To that end, we’ve been hosting weekly #NoSummerRegrets challenges on Instagram, so visitors can share what they’ve been doing.
Here are ten top photos from the past month. As always, a major thank you to everyone who has allowed us to share their images.
Early morning light in Sunderland, MA by @jennysiphoneograpy on Instagram
#NoSummerRegrets with Cape Ann Whale Watch by @lilly10 on Instagram
The Zakim Bridge towers over flowers in Boston, MA by @escorpio62 on Instagram
Cheers to good company and an amazing summer at Cru Nantucket by @borderfreetravels on Instagram
Making the most of summer’s solstice in Whitinsville, MA by @csiswim on Instagram
Company on the river in Essex, MA by @loladimarco on Instagram
Peace and quiet at Corn Hill in Truro, MA by @nathanielboyle on Instagram
Lobster for days on Martha’s Vineyard by @marnely on Instagram.
Evening sky at Scituate Light by @moniquef123 on Instagram
Time on the kayaks at Forest Lake in Palmer, MA by @brianyelnats on Instagram
If you’d like to throw your proverbial hat into the ring for one of our Instagram challenges, it’s very straightforward.
Every Monday, we announce the new #NoSummerRegrets challenge on Instagram and Facebook. After we do, you can play along by taking a themed photo and tagging #NoSummerRegrets + #ChallengeAccepted when you post.
From there, keep an eye on our account, as well as the website, because we’ll be spotlighting some of the best #NoSummerRegrets photos in both places through August.
Hope you all had fun in June. Here’s to an even better July!
Photo at the top of Niles Beach in Gloucester, MA by Kristina Smith