An Evening on the Portsmouth Waterfront & A Big Announcement

Today’s shot features the Moran Towing tugboats from an angle that hasn’t been featured here in a long time – head on.  The Memorial Bridge makes an appearance at left, and the calmness of the water made for some great reflections  The Bow Street buildings as seen from the water have changed since the last time I featured a shot, with the Martingale Building gone – and the cement wall of the steel structure next door now visible.  It’s nice to see the tugs from one of my favorite spots again – a sure sign that it’s officially spring.  The Heritage of Portsmouth Harbor Cruises can be seen in the foreground.

Also, fresh on the heels of the site’s 1-year Anniversary, I have some exciting news to share with everyone!  Mark your calendars for this Friday (May 7th) evening at 7pm…for those of you in Maine, you’ll be able to see a feature of The Daily Portsmouth (and me) on the program “207” out of Portland, Maine!!

It will be airing on WCSH Channel 6, and also should be available for viewing on their website at http://www.wcsh6.com.  I was lucky & thrilled to have the opportunity to meet with the team at 207 a few weeks back and take them for a quick lunchtime tour of Portsmouth and give a little taste of how & why I do what I do. Looking forward to seeing how it comes out!

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