This brief tour of Portsmouth is meant to highlight the seacoast destination through my favorite photos out of my portfolio.  A quick visit gives a distinct flavor of the uniqueness of this seacoast locale.

Isles of Shoals Steamship Co.

 Unwrapped for the Season

Vertical

 Seascape 3

Within Reach

 Tugs by Zeiss

Coastal

 HERITAGE

Time

 At Strawbery Banke

Evening | Coat of Arms

 The Fleet

Portsmouth Harbor Lighthouse

Cranes at Sunset

Crisp Afternoon

Outlook

Amidst the Storm

 

8 thoughts on “Portsmouth, NH

  1. Wonderfull photos! i spent an hour looking at them and the others thru links!!Please keep them coming and remember i have a special enjoyment of the south ward meeting house!(hint,hint) 🙂

  2. Loved your pictures, sent an e-card to our god-daughter and husband who recently visited Portsmouth from the island of Rhodes off Greece.

  3. Just wanted to let you know Philip that, working in harried New York City, I often visit your site for a moment of peace.

    The thing we’ve found about Portsmouth is that the small scale of the place means that each individual’s contribution is really noticeable and important. You are one of the people that gives Portsmouth character by capturing its character.

    Keep up the good work!

  4. boy! beautifull pictures ,Im going to share them with family members. just makes me feel like going back sooner ,than later.

  5. Portsmouth is my home. I’ve been away from there for a long time but its always HOME. Your pictures are beautiful, thank you for sharing them with everyone (me). Will you ever do a photo Album of all your pictures or a Book. If you do I would be very interested in it, Thank you

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