Waterfront Reflections

I’ve always been drawn to the waterfront.  Today features two different bodies of water in New England…the image above was taken from the Oyster River and looks out towards Little Bay (the body of water leading into the much discussed and troubled Great Bay).  The image below was snapped moments after the sun retreated behind a private pond in remote northern Maine. Very different scenes with immense beauty (in my mind at least).

At Wagon Hill | Durham, NH

Driving along Route 4 in Durham, NH you’re likely to see one of the town’s landmarks….a wagon situated atop the hill of the appropriately named Wagon Hill Farm.  I’ve always loved the decidedly New England feel to the landscape and wanted to see what I could capture with the Zeiss 50mm Hasselblad lens.  It creates rich textures and soft silky backgrounds….neither of which are too exaggerated here, but I’ll feature more shots that came out well from the quick visit.

Wagon Hill | Durham, NH

Wagon Hill gets its namesake from the wagon that sits atop this gorgeous field in Durham, NH just off of route 4 …the major route from Portsmouth to Durham, NH and the University of New Hampshire. You can just barely spot the wagon just to the left of the shrub at center picture (click the photo for a larger view).

I thought we could all use a nice sunny picture to remember what it feels like in warmer weather.

Wagon Hill | Durham, NH

Wagon Hill gets its namesake from the wagon that sits atop this gorgeous field in Durham, NH just off of route 4 …the major route from Portsmouth to Durham, NH and the University of New Hampshire. You can just barely spot the wagon just to the left of the shrub at center picture (click the photo for a larger view).

I thought we could all use a nice sunny picture to remember what it feels like in warmer weather.