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.
The Rough Times is docked on Badger’s Island in Kittery, Maine.
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.
A summer sunset as seen from the banks of Kittery, Maine overlooking the Piscataqua River. This is another of my favorites from one of the most memorable sunsets of the summer. It also happened to be the night of my third anniversary, which was an extra special gift to enjoy to celebrate the occasion!
Towers and Sky at Sunset.
The Middle Bridge tower abutments stand tall above the Piscataqua River during an amazing fog filled evening as the sun retreats behind the horizon.
This view of Portsmouth from Kittery was taken just after the clearing of intense thunderstorms a few years back when the old Memorial Bridge loomed over the Piscataqua River. The soft oranges and the covered boat in the foreground made this image stand out among the archives.
Badger’s Island, Maine. Another memorable evening with a taste of the working waterfront.
The Michele Jeanne heads out to sea in the Piscataqua River.
I recently had the opportunity to visit a friend’s place on Ceres Street along the waterfront (a beautiful industrial loft at 111 Market Street), and enjoyed this gorgeous vista from a new vantage point. Despite no dramatic lighting, the scene is still a memorable one thanks to the four tugboats, the new Memorial Bridge, and the coating of snow along the Maine waterfront.