Rich afternoon colors at the Wentworth Marina in New Castle, NH.
Tag: Wentworth Marina
A classic black and white take on one of the seacoast’s busiest locations on the water – The Wentworth Marina. Next to the Wentworth By The Sea Hotel, this spot has become a favorite place to go for a stroll to enjoy the waterfront and gorgeous sunsets.
Cloudscape in New Castle
This evening was one of those nights where you are thankful that you witness such incredible natural beauty. This ridiculous cloudscape was moving around the seacoast, with some intense late afternoon light filtering through and making landscapes at every corner into capture-worthy visions. Unfortunately, I didn’t have my camera handy for most of them – but managed to capture this scene from the Wentworth Marina in New Castle.
Walkway at the Wentworth Marina
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.
Offseason at the Wentworth Marina
It’s the offseason at the Wentworth Marina. At least one brave soul had unwrapped their boat back on New Year’s when this was shot…with that gorgeous little thing docked in the foreground and a couple others further back in their slip. The beautiful sunset added a nice element to this seacoast scene.
The Wentworth Marina
The Wentworth Marina must be one of the most luxurious looking and feeling places on the seacoast. This glimpse of the Marina earlier this year when was when the weather was warmer overnight than it gets during the day these days, and the boats were out to prove it. I’m starting to play around with a few various sizes and crops outside my standard 3×2 full frame camera sensor ratio. Sometimes you can’t beat a panoramic feel for a scene, and I’m reviewing some classic shots to see if they might be more compelling without the extraneous info that the large camera sensor originally captured. This shot was taken with a Carl Zeiss 18mm lens…what do you think? I always find myself drawn to the rich and natural colors created when using my Zeiss rentals.
Latitudes | Wentworth Marina
As I’ve posted recently – the Wentworth Marina is a place where you can see yachts that are ridiculously large – see a gorgeous sunset, and enjoy a delicious meal with a view. Latitudes is perched just over the Wentworth Marina and is a great spot in New Castle to enjoy a meal out on a deck away from the throngs in downtown Portsmouth in case you’re in the mood for something a bit more laid back.
At the Wentworth Marina
It’s that time of year when everyone loves being in the Seacoast. The Wentworth Marina in New Castle is no exception, and the water is packed with all types of boats. This was the first time I’d ever made my way down to the docks below the Latitudes restaurant that belongs to the upscale waterfront hotel…and I was blown away at how fancy everything felt, even though I had expected it to be of the highest quality. The setting was surreal, though the lighting wasn’t the best…but I was happy to come away with this shot and a few others that will make their way to the site over the next couple weeks.
The Wentworth Marina
The Wentworth Marina seemed a bit quiet on this afternoon. After driving around during the fleeting daylight (and visiting the Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion), I decided to park and have a quick run up the Route 1B bridge to try and catch some of the gorgeous sunlight on the boats in the Wentworth Marina. This is the first shot I’ve posted of the marina – which is next door to the luxurious Wentworth by the Sea resort. Below I thought I’d share a fresh take on the Wentworth By The Sea (as seen in the reflection on my back window/trunk). The shot below is almost entirely unprocessed, the light was just that beautiful.