This image, enhanced with artistic filters, shows Queen Anne’s Lace flowers extending from the cliffside of York Harbor, Maine. It was taken while from the Cliff Walk, a short path that starts at Hartley Mason Reserve park, which is near the York Harbor Inn, and extends about a half-mile along the northern edge of York Harbor. Impressive seaside homes perch just above the rough path.
This image, enhanced with artistic filters, captures an Egret hunting for small fish in the shallow, marshes along Back Cove in Portland, Maine. This area is connected to the downtown by the Bayside Trail, a multi-use recreational trail that runs along the Eastern Promenade park area and Back Cove at the north end of the city. This is a great place to bicycle or walk, with attractive residential neighborhoods, several urban parks, and views of the waterfront. The marshes seen here, frequented by shorebirds, are concentrated in the northern area of Back Cove.
This image, enhanced with artistic filters, captures the gundalow boat Piscataqua sailing past Fort Constitution in New Castle, New Hampshire. The Portsmouth Harbor lighthouse is to the left, the lighthouse keeper’s house is the white building with the red roof. The large building in the background is the former Portsmouth Naval Prison, built like a castle on the current grounds of the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard. The image was taken from Fort Foster across the harbor in Kittery, Maine.
This image, enhanced with artistic filters, captures dusk on Hampton Beach in New Hampshire, with the last rays of sun raking the sand dunes.