As I wrote yesterday, New Hampshire has the smallest coastline of any oceanfront state in the US. One of the treasures along our coast is the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse. I decided to head over to the open house hosted by the Friends of Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse. These great folks host an open house on Sundays throughout the summer…and I was happy to take advantage. I’d been to a tour a few years back before I bought my beloved Canon 5d Mark II….and had been itching to get back to shoot the interior ever since. Since the lighthouse is located on an active Coast Guard station, it had pretty tight security due to the significance of this somber weekend.
The lighthouse is just awesome…I’ll stay away from the technical aspects of the lighthouse and encourage you to take a tour to hear more about it. The staircase is a marvel as seen from below with its rich brick walls and industrial stairs. I’ll feature more from my stop later in the week…but for now I’ll let you enjoy the stairs and the window.
3 thoughts on “The Staircase | Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse”
Love that first one, what a fantastic angle!