The South End of Portsmouth has always had a special place in my heart. Tiny streets, old houses, historic clapboards, charm. It makes me love our dynamic downtown that much more, and appreciate the unchanged wcharacter of this area as well. Lucky for these residents, the city has invested significantly in its infrastructure – repaving and adding brick sidewalks whenever possible.
Coastal beauty at the sea in Rye, NH.
Movement. Time brings motion and in this image, the rushing tide of the Piscataqua River flows past Harbour Place and beneath the Memorial Bridge.
Lights & darks as seen from the Memorial Bridge as evening sets in.
To end the weekend, I decided to head out and see what the clouds were doing – and I found myself walking the Memorial Bridge so that I could have a clear view towards the sunset on the horizon. The wind was steady and unforgiving, but I managed to get a few solid shots before wandering up and down the waterfront. The sun had just retreated behind the Sheraton, but its rays were peaking out from behind the clouds, which paired nicely with the steady stream of the Piscataqua River as the tide went out to sea.
The iconic Moran Towing tugboats sit at rest beneath a colorful sky in winter.
I’ve always been drawn to the ocean and all the landmarks that line its shores. In this simple and foggy scene, a New London Harbor Lighthouse stands guard over homes along the shore in New London, CT.