New Hampshire may have only 18 miles of seacoast, but it boasts an incredible variety of natural beauty, including white sand beaches, rocky coves (with or without harbors for lobster boats), and even the hustle-bustle of Portsmouth with its three bridges that cross the Piscataqua River to Maine.
Photographer Jeff Sinon, whom I was with when I visited Great Island Common (a.k.a. New Castle Common) near Portsmouth, New Hampshire, pointed out this lone maple tree and said that it's the most photographed tree around. You can see that it's beautiful. I caught it literally seconds before that sweet light faded, and it must be the envy of all other trees because of the fabulous view it has of the coast and the two lighthouses, Whaleback and Portsmouth Harbor!
May 19th, 2015
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