In The Light | OSOGOVO

OSOGOVO basks in the light of the end of the day as salt is unloaded onto the Granite State Minerals terminal.

The Salt Piles & The Sheraton

Silhouettes of the salt piles and the Sheraton on Market Street beneath a colorful fall sunset.

Manitowoc Crane in Motion

I’ll never tire of watching the cranes unload materials from the freighters at Granite State Minerals’ Market Street terminal.  Sunset adds another element to the process, contributing a rich glow to the crane structure and the sand as it falls out of the crane’s claw.

Portsmouth from Across The Water

I must say, there is a lot that I love about this photograph.  How distant the subject feels, yet so intimate because of the vignetting and the soft smoothness of the water….That the scene is warm with the evening sunset’s glow, yet signs of an industrialized location are evident with the power lines and the cranes and salt piles on the horizon.  The leading lines of the power lines pass right over hotels of the downtown area and reach towards the waterfront.  Lots of great elements….but mostly, I love the colors and the transitions. I hope you enjoy one of these little elements as much as I do.

Memorial Bridge & Harbor Place

As the daylight disappears over the horizon and underneath the Memorial Bridge, the construction cranes at the former Pier II can be seen as work progresses on the new condos being built.  It will be interesting to see the structure continue to grow and how it complements the waterfront, replacing the old dilapidated Pier II restaurant.  Harbor Place, now an office building, sits on the banks of the Piscataqua River and has a storied past as various uses including a brewery, coal storage and power plant.  Check out some cool vintage photos and read more about its past over at SeacoastNH.com.

Today’s shot was taken with a tilt-shift lens rented from BorrowLenses.com.

Memorial Bridge & Harbour Place

As the daylight disappears over the horizon and underneath the Memorial Bridge, the construction cranes at the former Pier II can be seen as work progresses on the new condos being built.  It will be interesting to see the structure continue to grow and how it complements the waterfront, replacing the old dilapidated Pier II restaurant.  Harbor Place, now an office building, sits on the banks of the Piscataqua River and has a storied past as various uses including a brewery, coal storage and power plant.  Check out some cool vintage photos and read more about its past over at SeacoastNH.com.

Today’s shot was taken with a tilt-shift lens rented from BorrowLenses.com.