Nantucket in the Winter // Part Two.Point.Five: Brant Point Light

Brant Point Lighthouse Winter

Shocker: We made time for lighthouses on our trip.

We saw Brant Point Light this past summer, but it was quite possibly even more beautiful under a fresh coat of snow. It was frigid out there on the point, and yet we couldn’t help but stick around for a while… clearly capturing every angle possible…

Lighthouses in Snow

Nantucket Lighthouses

Toggle Coat, American Eagle [similar] | Crossbody Bag, Madewell | Boots, LL Bean


seashells in snow photo


Icicles on Lighthouse

Bean Boots in Snow

Brant Point Lighthouse Snow


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14 responses to “Nantucket in the Winter // Part Two.Point.Five: Brant Point Light

  1. seagrassstudio

    true story: I’ve only been to Nantucket once in my whole life. I think it should definitely be added to the potential boston blogger field trips.

  2. CMQ

    This lighthouse gets so much photography play in the summer, but you’re right – these pictures with snow on it are absolutely stunning! Well-captured. :)

  3. So beautiful! I love the sea shells picture. It does look breathtaking under a coat of snow.

    xo, Yi-chia
    Always Maylee

  4. As a girls from the tropics, the combo beach+snow always sounds so dreamy to me! Love your pictures!

  5. Adore this lighthouse, it is always a welcome sign when pulling into the harbor on the ferry! You’re right – the snow does add something special.

    – Lindsey & Amanda
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  6. amy

    you look so cute in your winter clothes on nantucket! :)

  7. So beautiful! It always surprises me to see the snow and sea together, and I love the play of them in these photos!

  8. Emily you always make winter look so beautiful, manageable and cheerful (thank you!!) Lovely photos and love to see you smiling!! Have a great rest of your week xo

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  10. Such beautiful photos! Love them! x

  11. So pretty! Gosh, I love New England.

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