Steph and I took a trip north with our little munchkin to visit some of our oldest friends, who also happen to be the reason we met each other. Ogunquit Beach at dusk was a magical place after a dinner downtown, with some beautiful pastels in the sky and warm summer air with the refreshing ocean breeze. I’ve got many more images to share from our little summer getaway that I’m looking forward to sharing!
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.
An empty lifeguard chair stands watch over the Atlantic Ocean on Craigville Beach in Cape Cod. I thought this would be appropriate to share as our beaches here in NH have been seeing an influx of visitors this summer – and nearly all lifeguard chairs I’ve ever seen evoke the same essence of being at the beach.
We took a little getaway trip to Kennebunkport recently, and I decided to get up for sunrise to enjoy the beauty of the coastline. Goose Rocks Beach is a beautiful long white sand beach with a nice vista of the horizon. The sand at the beach is full of rippling formations from the changing tides, just perfectly kissed by the day’s early sunlight in this image.
As summer vacations come to a close, I wanted to capture the essence one of the things that makes the summers so mesmerizing. I can remember as a little kid being fascinated by the ocean and the non stop waves that kept rolling onto shore. The late afternoon sun at Pirates Cove in Rye together with the clear crisp water made for a perfect representation of the ocean water, one of summer’s purest elements.