Martha’s Vineyard (adjoining the smaller Chappaquiddick Island) is an island off the United States east coast, to the south of Cape Cod, both forming a part of the Outer Lands region. It is often called just “the Vineyard”. With a land area of 87.48 square miles (231.75 km²), Martha’s Vineyard is the 57th largest island in the United States.
The Unicorn, Menemsha fishing boat
Signpost in Oak Bluffs
Oak Bluffs Harbor
Windows Oak Bluffs
Sailboat entering Vineyard Haven
Beach grass sunset
Stone Gate, Chilmark
The Sunset on the ferry
Seagulls following the ferry
Winter in West Chop
Sailboat in Vineyard Sound
Gay Head Cliffs, Aquinnah
The West Chop Lighthouse
Sunset off West Chop
Flying Horses Carousel Oak Bluffs
Reflection in ferry window
Nantucket is an island 30 miles (48.3 km) south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts, in the United States. Together with the small islands of Tuckernuck and Muskeget, it constitutes the town of Nantucket, Massachusetts, and the coterminous Nantucket County, which are consolidated. Part of the town is designated the Nantucket CDP, or census designated place. The region of Surfside on Nantucket is the southernmost settlement in Massachusetts.
Fence line near South Shore.
Winter scene in the Ram Pasture, Sanford Farm Park.
Jared Coffin House on Broad Street, Nantucket.
Town of Nantucket at dusk.
Tire tracks in the sand at sunset.
Madaket beachwalkers headed through the dunes.
Summer afternoon on the South Shore.
Sunset at Madequecham beach, South Shore.
Fishing trawler leaving Nantucket Harbor.
Incoming car ferry rounding Brant Point.
Christmas crowd awaiting the arrival of Santa Claus at the Straight Wharf.
Snowy road at Sanford Farm.
Bird sanctuary looking across to the Sankaty Head lighthouse.
Brant Point lighthouse, Nantucket Harbor.