Today’s feature is another in our series from our travels through New England. This shoot was split through two days – dusk one day, and the following dawn. Did I mention the sun rose at 5:30 and my shoot was an hour from where we were staying. Yeah – that meant a 4:00 AM wake up. It was a bit early for my tastes, but well worth it! The sunrise was amazing over Nubble Light, in York, ME.
The previous evening, we spent our time at Fort McClary – an early 19th century fort constructed to defend the entrance of the Piscatiqua River and the strategically valuable ship-works of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard just a mile up the river. Here are a few of my favorite shots. Enjoy – and of course, feel free to download as a desktop wallpaper!