We are fortunate here in the Seacoast to still have so many historically rich pieces of architecture. One of these such gems is the Georgian structure known as the Wentworth-Gardner house…which sits in the South End overlooking Peirce Island and the back channel of the Piscataqua River. While I was shooting the structure (originally built in 1760), I was fascinated by many details in the building – with this banister & balusters being one of the coolest and most painstakingly crafted features.
Be sure to see some previously featured shots of the Wentworth-Gardner by clicking HERE.
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Balusters. Love the alternating pattern.