I was fortunate to find some time this weekend to get up for a sunrise shoot at Fort Foster in Kittery and was greeted with a fantastic tide and some great early morning light. I was also lucky to have the chance to get together with talented photographers Chris Lazzery, Rich Williams and Justin Smith. These gents also have some fantastic shots from the morning so be sure check out their work. We had a coffee and a quick bagel sandwich at the new cafe at the old home of Kaffe Kilim on Daniel Street, Kaffe Vonsolln. More on that stop later in the week, but you should know that the coffee was deliciously rich & bold. A good sunrise does something for the soul. It also does something for fatigue, which is a bit more quantifiable….
More to follow from Sunday’s sunrise shoot in Maine later this week. ALSO – this is your first reminder about Thursday night’s event at The Music Hall: Scene @ Five | The Daily Portsmouth (A look back at 18 months of seacoast images).
4 thoughts on “Sunrise at Fort Foster”
Solid stuff Phil. I really like that top image the more I look at it. Fun challenging yourself with new shooting subjects, no? Thanks again for joining us, too. Was a great morning. I’ll post some stuff from here later in the week.
Just beautiful, really love that top image.
Wow, I’m a painter from Portsmouth, know living in Brooklyn N.Y., I paint landscapes of Brooklyn. Your Photography is amazing, I love it, you make me proud to be from such a beautiful place.
Agree with Mike. Top image is spectacular. Bottom one is just great 🙂