The Three Amigos sit at rest late in the day at the Portsmouth Commercial Fish Pier in the South End.
In 2010, the Memorial Bridge was still intact and standing guard at the mouth of the Piscataqua River. The bridge has since been dismantled and a replacement structure is being built offsite and will be floated up the river in the spring of 2013.
I’m very honored to be working with Zac and Nicole Gregg along with the whole Vital Design team on the 2012 New Hampshire Film Festival! This year’s program cover will once again feature one of my images, the Portsmouth waterfront at night complete with a freighter unloading sand onto the Granite State Minerals terminal. I can’t wait for this year’s event – which will start on Thursday October 11th and run through Sunday October 14th.
I also had the opportunity to work with on creating a unique billboard image to promote the festival on Route 1! Check out the awesome behind the scenes video.
One of my favorite roads in Portsmouth is Marcy Street. It is incredibly narrow in spots – to the point where it feels as though one is risking an accident with either a pedestrian, car or telephone pole just by driving up the street. Along the street there are several historical landmarks including Prescott Park, Strawbery Banke, the Peirce Island bridge, a cemetery, and homes dating back centuries leading towards the waterfront.