A New Angle on the Tugboats

Today features the tugboats from a less familiar angle – from behind.  I’ve usually shot the tugs from the Portsmouth Harbor Cruise vista or from the front at the Oar House Dock, but this vantage point comes courtesy of the city’s new public park along the waterfront.  Be sure to click this one to see it larger – as it features incredible detail of the worn hulls of the vessel thanks to countless hours of work on the Piscataqua in the incredible tide alongside the massive freighters. The Maori Maiden from Manila can be seen in the background.  The ridiculous detail comes courtesy of the demo Hasselblad H4D-31 that I had the good fortune to try for a few days.

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