First Light | South End
Although summer is on its way out – it continues to give us gorgeous mornings and beautiful weather. I made the most of it this weekend with a sunrise paddle, launching from New Castle and heading towards the South End, with the hopes of capturing great light and reflections at high tide. When I arrived under the Route 1B bridge this scene nearly knocked me out and I knew it was worth the early wake up.
A Colorful Winter Sunrise at Rye Harbor
Another image from a beautifully vivid (and cold) sunrise at Rye Harbor on Valentine’s Day. My favorite part is the magenta glow on the undersides of the clouds at the top of the photo.
Sunrise at Rye Harbor
The fishing fleet is dormant on a cold February morning in Rye Harbor. The cold and windless morning had some beautiful conditions resulting in this shot with some nice range in colors as the sun rose over the horizon and the morning blues of the sky are still reflected in the water’s surface.
Sea Smoke at Great Island Common
After the sun crested over the cloud bank on the horizon, the entire coastline and the sea smoke hovering above the water were illuminated with a fiery orange glow. This was one of the more amazing scenes I’ve ever witnessed and I can’t wait for the next opportunity to venture out on a frigid morning.
Sea Smoke in New Castle
One of nature’s gifts during the winter is sea smoke – mesmerizing and even more stunning when seen at sunrise. This image was captured before the sun crested over the cloud bank on the horizon, which led to one of the most fascinating light shows I’ve enjoyed in a while (and made it well worth the frozen fingers that I had for most of the day).