August, 2013. Midmorning. In an effort to entice tourists to Martha’s Vineyard, history reenactors greet visitors at the Vineyard Haven ferry terminal and offer historical tours of the Island.

Kate Feiffer

A photo essay by Elizabeth Cecil.

Phyllis Meras

The first time I remember collecting beach glass was around eight years ago. I had met a girl about twelve years old, and she would look for it every day and had amassed an amazing collection. I didn’t begin stockpiling the stuff. Rather, I kept my eye out for particularly good pieces and displayed them at home in a small bottle or bowl.

Nicki Miller

Nudists are all around us, except that much of the time they dress like everybody else.

Peter Dreyer

Nudists are all around us, except that much of the time they dress like everybody else.

Peter Dreyer

The Vineyard brings out people’s passions

Nicki Miller

My first memories of Edgartown swirl around the Chappaquiddick ferry. I remember seeing the original On Time from the arms of my father – he was wearing an Irish sweater – as we stood by the town-side ramp on what must have been a cloudy and cold early afternoon in June, not long after my mom, dad, and I arrived for the summer of 1965.

Tom Dunlop

Goodbye to homework, tests, and school...

D.A.W.

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