Sanders Fish Market in the South End is one of my favorite places to stop and grab some freshly caught fish to make for dinner. On this particular evening I happened to be in the area for reasons unrelated to shopping, but it let me enjoy the scene a bit more than the normal rush…
Sunset over the serene South Mill Pond as seen from the South End of Portsmouth.
Full Moon and The Memorial Bridge It’s always a pleasure watching the moon rise over the horizon, in this case it quickly rose from behind the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard and next to the Memorial Bridge.
The Red Boat in The Piscataqua One of Portsmouth’s commercial fishermen heads back to the dock after a day on the water.
Tugboat & Pioneer The Mary M. Coppedge and the Pioneer head down river towards the Atlantic Ocean on a late winter afternoon.
The garden in Prescott Park is a colorful, inviting and peaceful little spot tucked between Marcy Street and the open grounds of Prescott Park. With fountains and wizened old trees, there aren’t very many (if any) places you’ll find downtown that have the same magical feel.
Ceres Street is one of my favorite spots in Portsmouth – the tall brick buildings line the waterfront and mark the distinction between the historic downtown and its historic working waterfront roots. The buildings lining this street largely served as warehouses back in Portsmouth’s early heydays when tall ships could have been seen lining the…