Only two of the three lighthouses on Nantucket are easily accessible. To reach the third, you need a special pass, which evidently is not that hard to get, but there wasn't enough time to follow through. I have multiple views of the other two; one near 'Sconset (upper left), and the other near the harbor in the town (bottom right.) The view through the door was taken at the Woods Hole Historical Society on the Cape which has a lovely collection of artifacts in a small museum, and this shed next door which houses a variety of boats and boating paraphernalia. The bottom left photo is of the oldest continuous working mill in the United States. We drove by it on Nantucket multiple times, but it wasn't until the last day that I finally got a photo of it.
I'm linking up with Helena and other SNAP collectors today. I'm buried under a huge project which has turned my office/studio into a disaster area. Hopefully, I'll be done by the weekend and back in business again