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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The Waterfront

The Waterfront

Portsmouth’s waterfront and its historic buildings, the decks and the tugboats in the early morning light after a light winter storm last November.

Tugboats & Snow Drifts

Tugboats & Snow Drifts

The snow drifts from the incredible winter of 2015 have almost completely overtaken the railings at The Decks.  The snow drifts make for some interesting flow lines and somewhat soften the industrial waterfront of Portsmouth.

On The Decks (Summer in Portsmouth)

On The Decks (Summer in Portsmouth)

In the heart of winter amidst bitter cold and multiple feet of snow – it’s always nice to remember the warmer days in Portsmouth.  Summertime is filled with great outdoor activities of entirely different kinds (no jackets/mittens/hats required) – and with many options for having a drink out on the waterfront (complete with an amazing view of sunset).  Here’s to warmer days!

Summer Afternoon By The Decks in Portsmouth

Summer Afternoon By The Decks in Portsmouth

A stand up paddle boarder navigates the Piscataqua River amidst the Moran Towing tugboats and a massive freighter known as the Curacao Pearl from Nassau.  The riverfront from The Decks in Portsmouth is one of my favorite things to watch in the summer time – and this image captures the essence of summer for me.

The Waterfront of Portsmouth

The brick row houses that line the waterfront of Portsmouth along Market Street and Ceres Street are immediately recognizable and easily one of my favorite vistas in Portsmouth.