Kittery in The Fog
Kittery in The Fog
One of the seacoast’s icons is the Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse, which sits on the coastline in New Castle in Fort Constitution. I have always loved getting out in a boat on the Piscataqua River – and this day was no exception with the warm air and soft rays of sunset on the fort’s wall and the lighthouse.
Today, on Memorial Day, we remember those that have served our country so courageously. Thank you to all of the veterans – past, present and future – along with their families for their service and sacrifice so that we can continue to enjoy the freedoms of the United States of America. I’d like to especially remember my grandfather Murray J. Cohen, a truly incredible man, for creating such a beautiful family and being a quiet and enduring inspiration.
The Wentworth Coolidge Mansion is one of Portsmouth’s icons – this historic waterfront home once belonged to Governor Benning Wentworth.
Rich afternoon colors at the Wentworth Marina in New Castle, NH.
This particular evening out at Odiorne State Park was gorgeous. The subtle pastels of the sunset lit the shoreline and I said hello to many people who were out enjoying the evening and watched birds hunt around in the shallow waters of the beach. The surprise of the moonrise caught me pleasantly off guard, and was one of my favorite shoots of the year. This shot was one of my favorites – I love the energy of the little kid hopping along the rocks in the distance beneath the moon.
For our first Mother’s Day as a family, my wife and I decided to take Julianna out for a walk at Wallis Sands in Rye, New Hampshire. It was an absolutely gorgeous warm spring afternoon filled with blue sky and little waves.
Up The Road | A Congress Street Vista.
The rhythm of the buildings that line Congress Street have such inviting lines. When you’re in Market Square, it’s not that evident that the street slopes downward and that the rooflines follow this rhythm – but from the Fleet Street intersection it’s an entirely different scene.