The Tugs After The Storm

One of the most memorable sunsets I’ve ever witnessed after powerful thunderstorms cleared out of the area – fully illuminating the brick buildings of Bow Street and creating a rainbow over the Memorial Bridge.

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Rainbow Over Great Cove Boat Club

Rainbow Over Great Cove Boat Club

A vibrant double rainbow appeared over the Great Cove Marina in Eliot, Maine after last night’s thunderstorm.  Because of my location and equipment on hand, I only captured the single rainbow – but love its vibrancy and how it disappears behind the trees on the horizon.

The Waterfront After A Storm

The soft sunlight on the waterfront after a storm left the Bow Street buildings glowing.  The old Memorial Bridge and a rainbow made this particular evening a memorable one for me – one of those reminders at how amazing it can be to find yourself in the right place at the perfect moment.

Rainbow in Portsmouth

I missed the amazing rainbow that graced Portsmouth with its presence last week, but I was happy to find another one last evening as I was heading home from work.  Above, the rainbow ends above the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.  Below, the rainbow is seen with the South End waterfront with another faint rainbow forming above it.

The Gazebo | Calabash Cove St. Lucia

Calabash Cove is a small resort near the northernmost point of Saint Lucia.  It’s a beautiful property that hugs the coastline, full of natural lush greenery and plantings that compliment the facility and the private cottages that dot the coastline.  One of the features of the property is this lovely little gazebo that overlooks the shoreline and has an unbelievable vantage point towards the west and sunsets every night.  I loved the flowers and the colors throughout the property, and the rich blue sky and amazing clouds that always seemed to hang around.  Just at the left corner of the gazebo, a faint hit of a rainbow can be seen as a result from the rainstorm out on the horizon.

 

 

 

 

Joseph Sawtelle Pier | Prescott Park

With the rain and the sun come rainbows.  Here, a visit to the Joseph Sawtelle Pier was rewarded with some sunshine and a rainbow along with some much needed rain (my lawn appreciates it).  The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard can be seen in the background with its towering cranes.   Later this week will feature another one of Prescott Park’s piers.

Read a little bit about Seacoast legend Joseph “Joe” Sawtelle HERE, in a piece written by local historian Dennis Robinson.  Sawtelle was a real estate developer and a man of the community.  Unfortunately Joe passed before I arrived here on the Seacoast, I have a feeling I would have enjoyed having the chance to meet him.

Joseph Sawtelle Pier | Prescott Park

With the rain and the sun come rainbows.  Here, a visit to the Joseph Sawtelle Pier was rewarded with some sunshine and a rainbow along with some much needed rain (my lawn appreciates it).  The Portsmouth Naval Shipyard can be seen in the background with its towering cranes.   Later this week will feature another one of Prescott Park’s piers.

Read a little bit about Seacoast legend Joseph “Joe” Sawtelle HERE, in a piece written by local historian Dennis Robinson.  Sawtelle was a real estate developer and a man of the community.  Unfortunately Joe passed before I arrived here on the Seacoast, I have a feeling I would have enjoyed having the chance to meet him.