Professional photographer Gray Malin has family roots in Martha's Vineyard. "My grandparents owned a house in Edgartown and my dad and his four brothers have endless stories growing up going to The Vineyard," he recently wrote on his blog.
Malin has an impressive portfolio of aerial photographs of beaches all over the world, which he takes from a helicopter. With his talented eye, he creates vibrant images of stunning white sands and crystal-clear waters.
This summer, he was able to combine family time and work, exploring Nantucket and Martha's Vineyard both on land and from the skies. Ahead, see Malin's gorgeous photos and his recommendations for where to eat and stay on the islands.
"Aquinnah Beach is famous for the red cliffs and beach, this a must see in [my opinion]," Malin wrote on his blog.
Source: Gray Malin
Aquinnah is on the south side of Martha's Vineyard, and its red-colored clay cliffs are under special environmental protections. Taking a piece of the clay home is prohibited.
When it comes to seafood in Martha's Vineyard, the options are plentiful. Malin suggests The Bite if you're in the mood for clams. "This legendary clam shack has tremendous fried oysters and clams," he wrote on his blog.
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