Four image panorama of the Marshall Point Lighthouse located in Port Clyde, ME.
Close up of the Portland head Light about 30 minutes before sunrise. Post-processed with sepia tones.
Foggy and misty morning at Pemaquid Lighthouse in Maine. No sunrise ever occurred but the twilight blue with the lighthouse beaming looked moody:
Four image, long exposure panorama of the Portland Head Light in Cape Elizabeth, ME. Cloudy weather ruined the sunrise but set up a moody shot:
No sunrise because of bad weather but waves were bigger than usual:
Snow started falling around noon near the Nubble Lighthouse in Ogunquit, ME. Was able to grab this image as we drove through on our way back to New Jersey. Used a flash to try and light up some falling snow.
Took an 84 second exposure of the Portland Head Light from down below in the little cove. Image was taken about an hour after sunrise as the clouds moved in and it became overcast. Used a 10-stopper.
Went on a quick one-day trip to Portland during a break in some recent snow storms, and grabbed this image of a sunrise at the Portland Head Light in Portland, ME.
Entered this image of the Portland Head Light into the “Day-time outdoors scene through any ND filter with a minimum exposure of 15 seconds” challenge on DPReview. It’s a 60 second exposure taken mid-morning from the observation area.