Bow Street at Night

Here is a street scape view of Bow Street, to complement the post from earlier this week that depicted the waterside view.  There is no shortage of hanging signs on this side of the buildings – prime advertising for the businesses lucky enough to have such a great spot.  Only a few more weeks until the newly configured decks will be open for business.  Below is another shot of Bow Street taken from 100 Market Street, where you can see the curve of the street.

Portsmouth at Night (Lit Up for the Holidays)

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Portsmouth is an interesting city by night. Depending where you are in the city, you might have ample street lighting and busy traffic to help make interesting photos – or you might have more subtly lit alleys or storefronts. By request, today’s post features the city’s Christmas tree by night in the heart of Market Square.

Also – in honor of the holidays this season, I’ve decided to provide discounts on prints of my photos (which can be found here: www.philipcasecohen.com).  All photos purchased at the site through December 31st are eligible for a 15% discount (use coupon code “HOLIDAYS09”), with orders over $100 receiving a 20% discount (use coupon code “OVER100”).

Happy Holidays (& shopping), and thanks as always for visiting the site! (please forgive me for the shameless self promotion!)

Portwalk Rising | Portsmouth, NH

Portwalk Place continues to rise out of the historic ground in the north end of Portsmouth, sandwiched in between Hanover Street and Deer Street.  Here you can see the plywood framing of the soon-to-be Residence Inn in Phase I of the redevelopment of the old Parade Mall.

For older progress pictures, see the vacant lot HERE and the steel frame HERE.

Portwalk Rising | Portsmouth, NH

Portwalk Place continues to rise out of the historic ground in the north end of Portsmouth, sandwiched in between Hanover Street and Deer Street.  Here you can see the plywood framing of the soon-to-be Residence Inn in Phase I of the redevelopment of the old Parade Mall.

For older progress pictures, see the vacant lot HERE and the steel frame HERE.

POST #200 | The Waterfront

Today’s post marks 200 posts and nearly 17,500 visits here at The Daily Portsmouth!!  Many thanks to all those who have visited and those who continue to visit, I truly appreciate everyone’s comments and feedback.  I’m always out looking for fresh material to keep things interesting, and have been enjoying toying around with some night shots lately.  Please feel free to comment if you’ve got suggestions on good spots around town to shoot!

Special thanks go out to my lovely editor and girlfriend Steph for her support and critical & keen eye, and also thanks to my resident advisor (brother) who always answers me when I ask which of the many photos I should post.

Some other recent milestones include crossing the 52,000 view threshold over at www.flickr.com/photos/philipcase, an upcoming gallery at local law firm Wiggin & Nourie at Harbor Place, and hopefully some prints to be featured at 100 Market Street and the Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art in the near future.

POST #200 | The Waterfront

Today’s post marks 200 posts and nearly 17,500 visits here at The Daily Portsmouth!!  Many thanks to all those who have visited and those who continue to visit, I truly appreciate everyone’s comments and feedback.  I’m always out looking for fresh material to keep things interesting, and have been enjoying toying around with some night shots lately.  Please feel free to comment if you’ve got suggestions on good spots around town to shoot!

Special thanks go out to my lovely editor and girlfriend Steph for her support and critical & keen eye, and also thanks to my resident advisor (brother) who always answers me when I ask which of the many photos I should post.

Some other recent milestones include crossing the 52,000 view threshold over at www.flickr.com/photos/philipcase, an upcoming gallery at local law firm Wiggin & Nourie at Harbor Place, and hopefully some prints to be featured at 100 Market Street and the Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art in the near future.

Police Cruiser | Market Street

Downtown Portsmouth has a few parking spots designated specifically for cabs and police.  This particular evening I decided to snap a few of the Portsmouth Police cruiser parked at the corner of Congress and Market Streets.  You’ll notice a particular feel to the shot, which I attribute to an earlier visit to Joe’s pizza – where some great friends snapped a few shots after a wedding earlier in the evening.  I like to call it the grease feel…But despite the junk on the lens, I loved the colors and the feel of this shot.