The Great Cove Boat Club

With its spectacular riverfront location, the seacoast of New Hampshire and Maine is choc full of places to moor a boat. I found this great vantage point to see the Great Cove Boat Club on Spinney Creek in Maine.  A nice long exposure blurs the lightning fast movement of the Piscataqua River at the end of the day.

Day's End at Harbour Place

One of my favorite vantage points to shoot from on a late summer evening was the walkway of the Memorial Bridge.  This long exposure provides a glimpse of a couple minutes of the last day’s light as the sun sinks on the horizon behind Harbour Place.

The Tugboat & The Bridge

A slightly new take on a familiar scene. I’ve been trying to learn a few new tricks to keep things fresh, and this is one of my first attempts at the new look.  Details are heightened, and all of this is from a single exposure – a change from the bracketed sequence that I use more often.  Subtle yet still punchy. Any image with the Moran Towing tugboats is good in my book – and a little glimpse of the bridge completes the scene.

Great Island Common & The Memorial Bridge

The departure of the Memorial Bridge was fun to watch, and certainly a once in a lifetime endeavor.  I still can’t get over how funny it seemed to watch a 2 million pound lift span floating out towards the ocean, past Whaleback Lighthouse and the other Seacoast landmarks along the way.  I wanted to also be sure to capture some interesting scenes beside the span itself floating away – and this shot from Great Island Common was one that I loved the composition of once I got home to review my shots.  Hope you enjoy it too.