Best beach, great views, the waves are so much fun, it's a bit of a walk from the parking lot but worth every step! Stunning Magnificent Ocean Beach with lovely waves and the beach is dotted with pebbles of all sizes and shapes. Marine life abounds along the waters. The sands are soft but this beach has a lot of stones. Was expecting more to the lookout but was really nice.
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Massachusetts has a lot to offer landscape and nature photographers. From the beaches and cliffs of the coast and islands, to waterfalls, mountains, and woods, there are plenty of options. And if you want to capture urban landscapes or cityscapes, Boston is perfect. This page showcases some of the most noteworthy places in the state for photography. The interactive map below shows the location of each spot mentioned on this page. This page will continue to be a work in progress, so please feel free to leave a comment with your own suggestions of great places to photograph.
J. Edgar Hoover
Edgar Hoover led a deeply repressed sexual life, living with his mother until he was 40, awkwardly rejecting the attention of women and pouring his emotional, and at times, physical attention on his handsome deputy at the FBI, according to the new movie, "J. Edgar," directed by Clint Eastwood. Filmgoers never see the decades-long romance between the former FBI director, and his number two, Clyde Tolson, consummated, but there's plenty of loving glances, hand-holding and one scene with an aggressive, long, deep kiss.
Though Alexander the Great died before realizing his dream of uniting a new realm, his influence on Greek and Asian culture was so profound that it inspired a new historical epoch—the Hellenistic Period. Philip II was an impressive military man in his own right. He turned Macedonia a region on the northern part of the Greek peninsula into a force to be reckoned with, and he fantasized about conquering the massive Persian Empire. At age 12, Alexander showed impressive courage when he tamed the wild horse Bucephalus, an enormous stallion with a furious demeanor. When Alexander was 13, Philip called on the great philosopher Aristotle to tutor his son.