Buoy & Boat | Portsmouth Waterfront
Quite possibly my favorite boat along the Portsmouth, NH waterfront. This boat along with a red skiff sat at rest on an early winter morning at high tide just after sunrise. The stillness of the water and the colors of the elements make this one of my favorite images of the year.
Portsmouth’s waterfront and its historic buildings, the decks and the tugboats in the early morning light after a light winter storm last November.
Ocean Freedom at Sunset
A freighter visiting Portsmouth from Istanbul is unloaded on a warm winter evening ahead of another deep freeze, helping to replenish the shrinking salt piles.
Tugboats & Snow Drifts
The snow drifts from the incredible winter of 2015 have almost completely overtaken the railings at The Decks. The snow drifts make for some interesting flow lines and somewhat soften the industrial waterfront of Portsmouth.
The Oracle House amidst a light snow in the winter of 2015. This house was originally built in 1702 and is one of the oldest homes in New England.
A Snow Filled Ceres Street
This is hands down one of my favorite views in Portsmouth. The Decks, the stairways on Ceres Street, The Tugboats and a freighter. It doesn’t get much better than this (except during the summers when the hanging garden is in bloom and all of The Decks are open).
Governor John Langdon House
One of Portsmouth’s historic houses on Pleasant Street, the Governor John Langdon House, sits poised amidst the continued onslaught of snow.