Pastel Curl

This abstract scene has been a print that I love for the past few years and for me it really summarizes the vibe and beauty of Nantucket Island. The gem of a location that rests about a marathon away from the Cape Cod mainland is all about the ocean and on this cold autumn evening the waters were churning away with a beautiful layering of pastel colors within the clouds.

It will always be one of my favorite places to work and this one will be a picture i’ll always think of when wishing I was back out on the island.

Waves rolling into the sandy shores of Nantucket.
The flow of waves curling to shore at Madaket.

Historic Trails

The old pathways that wind through Minuteman National Park are a sight that I take in often, mostly as a jogging spot but it’s also one of my favorites for making pictures too. They were the lands where the early stages of the Revolutionary War took place and I often wonder how different they must have looked back then. However, even as the years roll by these historic farmlands have grown with vibrant vegetation but they are still the same gorgeous trails and pathways through the lands just outside of Boston.

An old dirt road within Minuteman National Park.
The Battle Road within the forests of Minuteman National Park in Lincoln, MA.

Ocean Edge

Nantucket is one of my favorite places to work, it’s a magical little island filled with beautiful locations and history that converge together wonderfully. Summer brings a particular vibrance to the island as the warm waters surround the coast and green grass and trees fill the land.

This picture is the coastline on the Northwest corner of the island from atop a wind swept dune that drops off as a cliff just a few feet from where I was standing.

The Northwest coast of Nantucket Island on a gray day.
The sweeping waterfront landscape of the Northwest corner of Nantucket Island.