Chilmark – Menemsha

CHILMARK is a town of rolling hills and unmatched coastline. The stone fences of the sheep farms still ribbon the hills. The center of Chilmark boasts a lovely church. All roads from the center at Beetlebung corner lead to points of beauty. The Menemsha Crossroad joins North Road and takes one to the fishing village once known as MENEMSHA Creek. Here draggers still come in with their nets and the lobstermen land their catches.

Uta Kloss, Chilmark Sign - PhotographUta Kloss, Town of Chilmark Photograph .Michael Blanchard, Chilmark Pond Pastel Sunrise.Robert E. Kennedy, Fishing Boats Menemsha - Tile
Uta Kloss Photography – Town of Chilmark , Michael R. Blanchard, Chilmark Pond Pastel Sunrise,  Canvas Giclee, Menemsha Decorative Tile by Robert E. Kennedy

William Ross Searle, Chilmark General Store.Wightman, First Catch Lobsterville.Kathryn Kleekamp, MenemshaNed Reade, Fishing Shack Menemsha

William Ross-Searle, Chilmark Store, John Wightman, First Catch – Kathryn Kleekamp, Menemsha, Ned Reade, Menemsha Shack
Uta Kloss, Menemsha Harbor - panorama.Robert E. Kennedy, Swordfishing Boats at MenemshaRobert E. Kennedy, Early Morning Menemsha
Uta Kloss, Menemsha panorama 2. Robert E. Kennedy. Swordfishing Boats and Early Morning  at Menemsha – lithographs

Uta Kloss: Menemsha Coast Guard Station

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Uta Kloss, Retired IMG_4724 .Uta Kloss, Grace

Uta Kloss, Sengekontacket Pond DSC02417Uta Kloss - Vineyard Haven Harbor DSC0361
UTA   Uta Kloss Photography

Michael Blanchard, Sengekontacket Dinghy.Vineyard-Haven-VH106-copy


Michael R. Blanchard  Michael Blanchard Photography




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