Follow your own path.
Let the flowers be your guide.
Morning fog and empty streets in Market Square, Portsmouth, NH.
Come play in the Street.
At the hours I’m normally out with camera and tripod in hand, there is rarely another soul in sight.
Case in point, this photo looking into Market Square in beautiful Portsmouth, NH.
Notice the clock on the steeple, 6:20. And that’s a.m. which is actually a late morning for me.
In a few hours, this picturesque area of Portsmouth will become alive with the hustle and bustle of cars and pedestrians, tourists and locals alike. Thus creating an entirely different atmosphere than the peace of early morning.
To all of my fans and subscribers, I’d like to wish you and your families a happy and healthy holiday season.
This past year has been very good to me as a photographer. Many of my images have found their way into people’s private collections. I’ve licensed the use of more photos than ever before, as well as having sold my first magazine cover.
I have all of you to thank for it.
My never ending goal of creating better, more compelling photographs, ones that keep you all coming back, has made me the photographer I am today.
Again this year the great folks over at Capture the Colour are sponsoring their “Capture the Colour” photo contest.
And again this year I’m throwing my hat, er my images, into the ring.
Not remotely as well-traveled as many of my blogging friends, my travel is usually confined to the wild and scenic places of New Hampshire.
Enjoy the Color!
Though red is not the dominant color in this image, I chose it for the brilliant reds found in the foliage. Red is the reason, along with the yellows, oranges and golds, that so many flock to the region every fall.
Autumn in New Hampshire is certainly worth traveling to.
Rose Petals On The Sidewalk. Portsmouth, New Hampshire
North Church Steeple. Photographed during the “blue hour.”
Portsmouth, New Hampshire.
Overlooking Tuckerman Ravine from the Boott Spur Trail. The summit of Mt. Washington in the distance. Captured on my inaugural hike to the summit of the tallest peak in the eastern U.S. and “Home to the worlds worst weather.”
White Mountains, New Hampshire.
From the summit of Mt. Avalon, over-looking the valley below, Mt. Washington and the Presidential Range receiving the last rays of the setting sun in the distance.
White Mountains, New Hampshire.
We have it all here. Without question, New Hampshire is worth a visit.
I’d like to invite the following bloggers, all of their photographs and travels I greatly admire, to take part, and with luck, win!
All of the above create excellent imagery, and most travel way more than I will ever be able to. (Big bonus, only one of them is likely to kill me for including her :-D) I encourage you all to stop by their blogs and pay them a visit.
This Saturday, July 13th, I’ll be hosting my first ever photo walk in beautiful Portsmouth, NH.
Colonial era homes, beautiful gardens, lobster boats, busy Market Square, plenty of things to keep your shutter finger busy. And that doesn’t include all the shops and restaurants!
If you’re in the area please joins me for a fun, and free, day of exploring this picturesque seacoast town.
I’ll be meeting a few hardy souls in Prescott Park for sunrise, where I’ll then wait for those less inclined to get out of bed so early, before then wandering the town looking for photographic inspiration.
Click HERE for more details.