Sunset at Whaleback Lighthouse

As sunsets earlier and earlier each day, it becomes more important to strategize when heading out for a shoot.  I was running out of time way too quickly after going out for a run with the Mrs., but still couldn’t pass up the opportunity to get some of the incredible late day light.  My first…

Waves at Great Island Common

Great Island Common is one of my favorite coastal destinations.  I went out one misty and stormy afternoon to find some waves in Rye, and after getting a few shots I was pleased with, I decided to pack it up and head home.  On my way, Great Island Common was calling out to me, so I…

Great Island Common Sunset

Sometimes you can appreciate fresh air more than others.  Tonight was one of those nights where I was happy to be outside…and even more delighted when I realized that there was a pretty good chance at an interesting sunset.  The sky and the weather reports had threatened rain all day – but by the time…

Coastal Beauty | Great Island Common

Another image from the beginning of a new day at Great Island Common.  Whaleback Lighthouse is seen on the horizon off to the right along with some crisp and vibrant reflections of the sky in the morning water.  

A Great Island Common Sunrise

New Castle is one of the new towns that is fortunate enough to claim the title of a coastal location along New Hampshire’s tiny coastline.  This weekend I decided to venture over to Great Island Common to enjoy the sun climbing over the horizon.  Whaleback Lighthouse can be seen on the horizon to the right…

Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse

A simple shot of a perfectly New England scene – Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse at dusk.  The day’s last night is just kissing the window of the lighthouse as it watches over Portsmouth Harbor.  Kittery can be seen in the distance with some of the late afternoon’s rich sunlight hitting the homes on the shore.  Another…

On Great Island Common

Great Island Common in New Castle, NH is a pretty gorgeous place.  Overlooking where the Atlantic Ocean and the Piscataqua River meets, it also features the view of two perfectly New England lighthouses – Whaleback Lighthouse and Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse.  Today’s post features the ring buoy (which I think is funny, because I can’t imagine…