PEM and a bit of Salem
You probably remember that the Peabody-Essex Museum is one of my favorite local museums. They are currently hosting an Ansel Adams exhibit, and so we decided to head down late Sunday afternoon and take a look. It left us almost no time to visit the rest of the museum (though I did take Yen to see the incorrectly taxidermied penguin), but it was sure better than nothing.
Here I am. I’m at the museum.
Here’s the China house. We didn’t go in, of course – not nearly enough time.
You don’t get to see any of the exhibit – that’s closed to photography. You must settle for me in front of the banner.
I always have to stop and admire this piece when I visit.
After we were kicked out at 5pm on the dot, we roamed around Salem just a bit.
And naturally ended up in a burial ground.
Here’s the China house again, but from the back.
And… a creepy house next to the burial ground. Naturally.