The silhouettes of the North Church and the Ceres Street waterfront at day’s last light and night’s early glow on one foggy summer evening.
A Beacon In The Fog
Buildings along Portsmouth’s waterfront glow amidst the purple hued fog of an unforgettable sunset with the St. John’s steeple appearing almost as a lighthouse in the distance.
On The Move
The Orion of Portsmouth, NH heads out towards the ocean late one day amidst a thick coating of fog during the warmer summer months. The Sheraton Harborside Hotel and one of the cranes of the working waterfront can be spotted looming in the background.
Tugboat in The Fog
Another simple profile of a Moran Towing tugboat amidst a thick morning fog in the Piscataqua River.
Badger’s Island Marina
On a summer evening, the fog was so thick that you could barely see Portsmouth from Kittery, Maine. Badger’s Island Marina can be seen in the foreground with the Memorial Bridge peeking through the dense fog in the distance – all beneath a summery sunset.
Red Light | Buoy & North Church
After an amazing sunset, the fog and the waterfront remained fascinating to watch. The buoy and its intermittent red light were a perfect pop in an otherwise subdued waterfront scene.
The Heritage and The Tugboats
The M/V Heritage and the Moran Towing tugboats sit amidst a thick fog in the Piscataqua River. Another iconic coastal New England scene with fog so thick that the Memorial Bridge can barely be seen in the background.
Tugboats in The Fog
This week’s weather has given us some beautiful sunrises and sunsets, and some intense fog over the river. One afternoon on my way home from work I decided to take a quick detour past the Moran Towing tugboats to see if they were engulfed in any fog. I always love a moody New England type waterfront scene, and for me – this was perfect.
The Memorial Bridge Amidst the Fog
The curve of Route 1 and the dynamics in temperature along the river left the Memorial Bridge amidst the fog. All in all – I love the mood this creates and thoroughly enjoyed seeing it.