World's End

I am being biased, but I think New England is one of the prettiest places in the United States. I love that we get to experience all four season in all its glory. I also love that we have beautiful views of the ocean. I have a few parks really close to me that I love to walk every now and then. One of the places I just recently discovered in Hingham is called World's End. It's a 4.5 mile walk that has 360 degree views of the ocean, a mirror labyrinth and views of the Boston skyline.

The first time I went, I forgot my camera (worst mistake ever). So of course I had to go back and snap pictures of some of all the amazing views. It was mostly a cloudy day so the sun kept going in and out, but I still managed to get some beautiful photos!

Autumn in New England

Fall has always been one of my favorite seasons. I love the crips cool air and watching the leaves change. As I get older, I realize just how lucky I am to live in New England. Not everyone gets to experience the beauty of fall. There is nothing better than planning an apple picking trip with your best friends that ends with apple pie and apple cider cinnamon donuts. 

Last weekend I took a trip to Honey Pot Hills Farm in Massachusetts with my best friends to apple pick. It was an absolute gorgeous day just walking around enjoying the autumn weather. Below are some photos I captured from the day.

Martha's Vineyard

Every year since I've been born, I have been lucky enough to vacation at Martha's Vineyard. I have been to a lot of places in the last few years, but nothing compares to the salty air, wide open spaces and piece and quiet of Martha's Vineyard. It is my favorite place in the whole world. 

My family stays at Pohogonot Farm in Edgartown. The place we stay is very secluded and sits right on South Beach. I always get so excited driving down the 3 mile dirt road for the first time each summer. The anticipation builds with every bump on the road until the trees clear and you come to an opening where the house sits. It's a 5 mile long stretch of grass, blue skies and the ocean. I can't help but feel at peace when I arrive. There is just no place like it. No matter how much I try to explain this sanctuary to my friends, no one will ever truly understand the beauty of this place until they see it.

While I was visiting this summer, I tried taking a picture of all my favorite spots so that you could get a glimpse of why I love the Vineyard so much. It is so hard to capture the beauty of this place in photographs but I wanted to try anyways. 

The drive up to the house.

The view from the back deck is my favorite. There is nothing better than waking up and having a cup of tea right here in the morning. 

This is the Pond House, where we stay. There is no better place to watch the sunset!

This is the Heath House, another house we have stayed at before. The house got damaged this winter so it recently got rebuild (but they added on a front deck, which was a nice touch). My favorite thing about the Vineyard is that everything is very authentic. The owners like the homes and land to look as it did in the early 1900's. I always feel like I am escaping reality when I'm here because everything is so simple and genuine.  

The Cabin and the Big House are a couple other house on the land they we have stayed at before.  All together there are 6 houses on the land. The Pond House is by far my favorite though.

The family who owns the land has pictures hanging in every house. I love looking at these because it reminds me how lucky I am to be staying at a place like this.

Oakbluffs at sunset. 

If you have never been to the Vineyard, I would suggest taking a trip there one summer. Even if you just do a day trip, it's worth it. There are great places to eat and the scenery alone is enough to take your breath away. What's your favorite place to visit?