Portsmouth’s serene and industrial waterfront enjoys the last few moments of sunlight. My favorite part is the little cloud hovering over the gypsum plant on the horizon, still illuminated with the rich orange light of the late day sun. The cranes and sand piles sit calmly, as I imagine they’ll do for a few months until the massive mounds of sand and salt won’t be needed for a couple seasons.
Above the I-95 roadway on the Piscataqua River Bridge, the intense morning light illuminates the moisture being fired into the air by the gypsum plant on the river. The silhouetted bridge is a fun change of pace for me, with some interesting clouds and some cool colors. Another vantage point of a familiar landmark for anyone who has traveled up I-95 to Maine or Portsmouth, and for anyone who has enjoyed a view upriver from The Decks in Portsmouth.