Shores of the North Shore: Waikiki Beach

Located within Winter Island Park, Waikiki Beach has one lifeguard is on duty here daily. The beach is located by other Winter Island attractions such as a lighthouse and marina as well as Salem Willows. Art Throb photographer, Shawn Fitzgerald, was able to snap these shots only hours before the “North Shore Monsoon” poured down!

Shawn Fitzgerald grew up on Cape Cod but has called the Boston and North Shore areas his home for the better part of his life. Shawn has written theater reviews and interviews for The Cape Cod Times and has written film reviews and feature articles for TheHDRoom.com since 2005. Recently, Shawn studied photography and graduated from Boston University’s College of Communications. He has photographed events for WGBH television and Christianity Today magazine. His favorite films are Schindler’s List, Lawrence of Arabia, The Godfather, Jaws and Almost Famous. His favorite bands/musicians include The Beatles, Radiohead, Bruce Springsteen and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Shawn currently resides in Melrose but is planning on calling Salem his home in the near future.

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  1. [...] Shawn Fitzgerald grew up on Cape Cod but has called the Boston and North Shore areas his home for the better part of his life. Shawn has written theater reviews and interviews for The Cape Cod Times and has written film reviews and feature articles for TheHDRoom.com since 2005. Recently, Shawn studied photography and graduated from Boston University’s College of Communications. He has photographed events for WGBH television and Christianity Today magazine. His favorite films are Schindler’s List, Lawrence of Arabia, The Godfather, Jaws and Almost Famous. His favorite bands/musicians include The Beatles, Radiohead, Bruce Springsteen and Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds. Shawn currently resides in Melrose but is planning on calling Salem his home in the near future. Read more… [...]

  2. Michelle Moon says:

    This is one of Salem’s best secret treasures. A little rocky cove that you can drop into in the evening after work, free if you’re on foot or on a bike, or the price of a $10 parking sticker for your car. Clear water, gravelly sand, and a changing panoply of people camping on WI. What a beautiful public beach and park.

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