Martha’s Vineyard – Massachusetts

 Fact: Martha’s Vineyard was so named by Bartholomew Gosnold back in the 1600’s because of the large number of wild vines that he found on the island. Clearly not an avid wine drinker himself he was unaware of the centuries of confusion that he was letting loose on the visitors and tourists to the island. The wild vines he saw can still be found here but their more interesting cousin – wine producing grapes – have never been a real part of the landscape.

Description: MV is filled with amazing landscape and beautiful scenic views. This pictures is purely down to the magic created by the new 50mm f/1.8 lens. Having recently bought my 2nd set of lens, I have been able to view the differences each of them have to offer which is amazing!

Place: Martha’s Vineyard, Cape Cod, Massachusetts, USA
Date: June, 2019
Weather: Summer
Shot On: @canonusa 1300D
Places Visited on Trip: Cape Cod and Providence
Trip Total Days: 2
Budget Required: $200

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