Boston, Massachussetts. Our friendly neighbors to the South. Growing up in Bar Harbor Boston was THE big city to us. I remember it for the Science Museum gift shop where you could buy dinosaur erasers for a buck. Nowadays the Science Museum is still a great place to visit and this shot from across the bay in LoPresti Park shows off the great downtown skyline.
LoPresti by the way isn't in the greatest of neighborhoods so if you're going to be shooting at 5am, keep your eyes wide open.
This image reminds me of an EKG reading or something.
Portland Head Lighthouse, Fort Williams, Cape Elizabeth, Maine.
How do you get a unique image of an icon? Make your images when nobody is watching. It will take some special maneuvering to make your way into the PHL at night but in this event I was rewarded with a spectacular view of the Milky Way rising over one of America's most historic lighthouses.
The breakwater in Rockland juts out almost a mile into the ocean protecting the harbor from the worst of winter storms. I'm astounded by the feats of engineering required to produce something as aesthetically simple as a breakwater.
I like in this image how you can see the chop on the left and get a feel for how the whole contraption works with the glass smooth water on the harbor side to the right.