I am a math nerd, so my obsession with angles and symmetry are no mystery. The opposing lines and angles in so many places make this photo even more fun. I have always enjoyed the colors of the wooden walkway and the richly painted benches that line it, throw in a glowing window from a sunset and a nicely textured sky and you have some great elements. I always feel a little more at peace when I make my way down to the Wentworth Marina and it’s nice and quiet. I’m sure once Latitudes opens and people return to their boats, it might get a little more hectic…but in the meantime I’ll enjoy any/all trips I can make.
Earlier this week, the weather was pretty darn hot – and the mornings were ridiculously foggy. I’ve always loved these stairwells on the back of the Ceres Street rowhouses, and the thick misty fog only added to the aura they bring to the streetscape. The brick walkways and leading lines are cool, and my favorite part might be the flower petals that have fallen from the hanging plant that are strewn around the watermark.
Come visit tomorrow for some shots I snapped from the 100 Club – where Catapult Seacoast held its latest event in the Business Speaker Series that featured the fascinating mind of thinker/painter/scientist/filmmaker Chase Bailey of Left Bank Films. Some beautiful shots await…
The walkway & the green railing of the Memorial Bridge were too beautiful in the harsh direct light of the setting sun (and way too windy too) not to stop and take a shot leading back towards Harbor Place. The clouds were just hanging around during the half hour or so before sunset…and the various light levels were just gorgeous. I have a few more from this series to follow…and I did some test shots for a video that may make its way to the site sooner or later. I also met a lovely couple out for a stroll enjoying the sunset, who were kind enough to share some feedback that had stumbled across the site at some point (thanks again for saying hello!).
Now we just need some warmer weather to join the beautiful sunsets.