Liz West took this photo of World's End in Hingham last fall.
World's End was once an island, but is now a gorgeous property maintained by the Trustees of Reservations. Landscaped by Frederick Law Olmsted, it consists of approximately 250 acres of paths, meadows, woodlands, and seascapes.
The retreating glacier helped create the geology of Boston Harbor, including the islands and the four spoon-shaped hills (called drumlins) that comprise World's End. This landscape also features saltwater marshes, meadows, woodlands, and granite ledges covered with red cedars and blueberry thickets.
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