As the setting sun passes well beyond the horizon a few clouds move in and catch Portland's light. Ferry Beach, Scarborough, Maine.
By day, the Liberty Ship Memorial is a flat-gray bore.
By night during a long exposure the thick metallic surface soaks up all the surrounding light giving off this golden glow.
Bug Light Park, South Portland, Maine.
Trio of Light
The alien-like landscape of Higgin's Beach at low-tide as the sun sets.
Remnants of the Middleton, shipwrecked nearby Higgins Beach in the late 1800's. Scarborough, Maine.
A view from South Portland often includes Portland itself.
Spring Point Light is seen in the foreground, and the eastern portion of the Portland skyline.
Trails over Popham
The milky way gives off some vibrant color in this long exposure star shot at Popham Beach, Phippsburg, Maine.
As night began to give way to day, our closest star began to drown out the rest at 3am.
Popham Beach, Phippsburg, Maine.
Eastern promenade Portland fireworks as seen from Bug Light Park in South Portland, Maine.
Portland Fireworks #2
Portland Fireworks #3
A fisheye lens crushes most of the northern sky into view in this 20 minute exposure. Pemaquid Point Lighthouse at bottom right.
Pemaquid Point, Bristol, Maine.
Shooting stars fall in front of the Milky Way at Pemaquid Point Lighthouse.
A lone car passes through Babbs Bridge over not-so-troubled water as late dusk gives way to the stars.
A lone shooting star appears near the top of the frame.
A cliche destination deserves a cliche photo title. However, with the views here, there is little wonder why anyone would want to see it whenever they have an opportunity.
Portland Headlight, Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
Lights on Lights
Nubble Light in Cape Neddick, Maine, occupied by the annual strings of lights onlookers have come to love.
Sunrise at Nubble
Nubble Lighthouse, Cape Neddick, Maine.
The alien-like lights of a large frigate in Casco Bay, the flares of which likely brought on by the dew collecting on my lens.
South Portland, Maine.
Balancing the concept of shooting Pemaquid Point Lighthouse against the stars above it can be truly rewarding.
A Million Stars
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse sits far away from most light pollution where one can truly appreciate how small we are in this universe.
The moon rises near Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, leaving many stars to be yet observed.
A Walk Downtown
The holiday season was in full swing in Portland, Maine.
Field of Stars
Stars form the dark sky background of Pemaquid Point Light.