I’ve always enjoyed trying to capture the beauty of a piece of architecture. This hotel, the Sheraton Harborside, was originally built in the 1980s as part of the rejuvenation of Portsmouth’s Northern Tier. It’s built on top of the hillside, and it’s a huge building that looks cool from across the river and less exciting from the street level on Market Street. At just the right angle, however, it becomes more of a massive structure perched on the landscape. The miniscule crescent moon is an added bonus.
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Love, love, love this blog! Thanks for sharing these amazing images of Portsmouth… I look forward to seeing the shots in my reader each day.
Sad to say, though, looks like your hosting service is being a little difficult. The last three days of images have come through as errors.
Hope things get back to running smoothly!