I took the first photograph in Edgartown. There was a wedding happening on the other side of the lighthouse when I took it, which I didn't know until afterward!
The next view is in Aquinnah, which feels like the end of the world. It is the western-most tip of the island, and it takes 40 minutes of rural driving to finally get there - but it is certainly worth the trip. This is, in my opinion, the most spectacular view in the northeast.
I took the photo of the waves at South Beach, in a rare moment of calm surf. Let's just say that you should wear a one-piece bathing suit if you go swimming here....
The brightly-colored home was in Oak Bluffs, down by the water. The turquoise paint color was a welcome departure from the wooden shingle siding that graced the exteriors of 90% of the houses on the island.