Sun rises over Spring Point Ledge Lighhouse in Portland, Maine.
This is one of the first long exposure images I ever made. Armed with just a 4 stop ND filter and a polarizer I still managed to squeeze out a decently long exposure under the cover of pre dawn darkness. The smoothness of the water I had anticipated, the intensity and saturation of colors that comes along with long exposures was a surprise.
Well... Not sure what else to say about this one. It's the Tower. It's the Portland Head Lighthouse. It's in Cape Elizabeth , Maine.
Technically there are two lighthouses in this image. To the left is possibly the most famous of all lighthouses The Portland Head Lighthouse (just the very edge) and in the far far distance is Ram Island Ledge Lighthouse (fairly recently purchased for $190,000 by a local surgeon). So technically I suppose this is a lighthouse pic. That being said, PHL is situated on some of the best publicly accessible seaside real estate for miles. Jagged rocks, steep cliffs, decent surf, they all add up to a great place to shoot seascapes with or without a lighthouse or two.