One word: Nachos.
Surf in the Martingale Wharf is one of the new restaurants located along Bow Street. In this image from winter 2014, a quiet Bow Street rests beneath a cloudless sky – awaiting the warmer weather and the masses of people that will be enjoying the many waterfront destinations.
The work continues on the new Memorial Bridge – and it is only a short matter of time until the bridge will be open for people to actually use to get to/from Kittery, Maine. I love the subtle lighting of the curve of Bow Street with its rooflines in the foreground with the illuminated towers […]
I’ve said it before, and I’ll probably say it another thousand times. The curve of the buildings along Bow Street is a beautiful thing, demonstrating the curve in the Piscataqua River as seen from land. As captured in this image, Market Street and Bow Street are busy places, usually the most fun places to be […]
Bow Street is most frequently shown from the view at the top of the hill – where you can see the historic buildings that follow the curve of the Piscataqua River frontage. On a morning walk, I decided to capture what I thought was also a beautiful moment in time. It just so happens, that […]
Bow Street is one of my favorite streets in all of Portsmouth, for many reasons. One of the reasons is the beautiful curve that the street takes from the Memorial Bridge towards Market Street, highlighting the curve of the waterfront and the decks that adorn the opposite side of the buildings seen in this panoramic […]
Reviewing the archives is always fun – this shot from a few years back features the Bow Street waterfront at night under a dramatic cloudy sky.
In the warm and inviting summer weather, people can be seen driving and riding all sorts of vehicles, bikes, scooters, segways, etc. throughout the city. It’s quite amazing. While heading home from work, I decided to take a quick stroll up Bow Street…and happened to spot a couple cool scooters. I was drawn to this […]
In the latest installation of Portsmouth’s restaurants – Poco’s Bow Street Cantina is featured. Poco’s is probably best known for its nachos and outdoor deck/watering hole with delicious margaritas and Smuttynose on draft – but they also have a beautiful interior. Every time I eat indoors, I’m drawn to this beautiful painting with its curvaceous […]
This photo is nearly two years old. In it you can enjoy a car heading up Bow Street as night settles in, and the old structure of the former Martingale Wharf tucked in between the newer steel structures on either side. These days, the street looks very much the same, with a brand spanking new […]