Portsmouth's Working Waterfront (At Night)

It’s easy to miss, but the steady stream of smoke from one of the gypsum plants (drywall) along the river always makes for an interesting shot.  It’s just another element of Portsmouth’s dynamic waterfront, adjoined by the Moran Towing tugboats and the Granite State Minerals terminal and the State Pier.  This night scene was captured with my Zeiss 21mm lens, that seems to do an incredible job at capturing a wide range of color and light, and hit the atmosphere of this scene nearly perfectly.

2 thoughts on “Portsmouth's Working Waterfront (At Night)

  1. Nice picture, captures various pieces of light quite well, like the different night colors. I especially like the lights in the water behind the tugs, This would look good on metallic paper.

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