During sunrise, the first rays of sun peek out from just under the I-95 bridge from my window. I hadn’t seen this time of day in quite some time, I’m not usually awake until much later when the night sky is completely gone. This was a nice treat…maybe I’ll have to try it again soon.
With the leaves doing their usual fall thing, the rising sun peeks through the tree along Kearsarge Way. Also hiding behind the tree is I-95 and the Piscataqua River Bridge…and this shot was taken from my stairwell in my quaint Atlantic Heights World War I home. The sun is coming up pretty late these days, so I actually catch the rising sun and get to see some beautiful colors.
Spring has certainly (finally) arrived with this week’s rains and all of the leaves popping. Freshly cut grass doesn’t hurt the spring vibe either. Here’s a little flavor of Atlantic Heights from Crescent Way in Big Rock Park. The pile of cement and the blue tarp will soon become my new stoop (pictures to follow when it’s finished). Today’s Daily Portsmouth features a double post, so come visit again tomorrow afternoon.
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