In 1945 the most devastating war in history finally came to a close. Seven decades later, a handful of heroic Islanders still remember exactly where they were when they heard the news.

John H. Kennedy

“After the crush of a frantic and somewhat fractured summer season, the Island now moves to a quieter time of year, to the seasons of autumn and winter ahead when the rhythms of Vineyard life slow..."

You reap what you sow, but not what you sew – which may explain what happened to Andrew Woodruff’s shirt in this classic portrait of classic farmer style at Whippoorwill Farm.

“Native Americans have always gamed, and we gamed for high stakes. Sometimes whole villages changed hands because of gambling.”

Single earring? Check. Chunky cross chain? Check. Backwards cap, Reebok sneakers, and grungy mullet? Check, check, and most definitely check.

Easy like Sunday morning.

“It was a beautiful August afternoon, and I was working on taking a photograph of the Gay Head Cliffs with just the right light..."

“But then yesterday was a perfect Vineyard day, too..."