Blue Moon Rising at Whaleback Lighthouse
What an incredible sight this was to watch! I’ve been wanting to get out to New Castle to watch the moon rise for at least more than a year after first accidentally catching the moon rise with my dad out at Odiorne Point. Finally – I had the opportunity to again last evening. Only once in a blue moon…
A pair of large boats sit docked at the Harbour Place Marina at the end of a late spring day during this long exposure.
Nightfall Over Portsmouth
A beautifully serene evening over the Piscataqua River with Portsmouth in the distance and working waterfront of Kittery, Maine in the foreground.
At The Fish Pier
Dusk at Portsmouth’s Commercial Fish Pier on Peirce Island.
South End In The Rain
Piers and floating docks amidst the steady rain of early spring in Portsmouth’s South End neighborhood.
Early Morning Light Over The Marina
The early morning light grazes the undersides of the clouds. The spring sunrises and sunsets have been beautiful – all of the early and late date color helps to forget about the snow.
Eastern Point Lighthouse
Today’s image takes a trip into the archives and a departure from the New Hampshire coastline and heads south to Cape Ann in Massachusetts. Eastern Point Lighthouse sits on the southeastern corner of Gloucester Harbor and is flanked by a long jetty. Good friend and ridiculously talented photographer Chris Lazzery and I were trying to find a spot to visit one Saturday and decided on this spot – a place I’d never really been despite its proximity to Portsmouth and its rich maritime history. The light and the location didn’t disappoint!
Wood Island Amidst The Sea Smoke
This winter has been remarkable in terms of the volume of snow and the intenseness of the cold. One of the amazing sunrises I’ve ever seen was watched from Great Island Common – and while Whaleback Lighthouse and Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse are my favorite vistas – this image of the Wood Island Lifesaving Station brought a new almost mystical feeling to the structure that’s fallen into significant disrepair. The color of the massive sea smoke is from the day’s first sunlight and gives the scene an awesome feel. You can almost make out the fishing boat beneath the bird that is heading out to sea.
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.
Reflections on The River
The late day light and the calmness of the Piscataqua River drew me immediately to this image – which reminded me of an impressionist painting. While this is very far from my ordinary work, it’s also one of my recent favorites and I hope you enjoy it too.