Spring Colors in Market Square - Portsmouth, NH— in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Sunset at the Wentworth Coolidge Mansion - Portsmouth, NH
The Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion Historic Site is an 18th-century 40-room farmhouse located on Little Harbor in Portsmouth, home of 1753 Royal Governor Benning Wentworth and is now an active historic site which offers tours, lectures, event rentals, and more! — at Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion
Hit the Decks! Deck Season is back in action today. Each spot has their own thing that makes them unique. What's your favorite deck in Portsmouth?
- Portsmouth, NH — in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Above the Portsmouth Fishing Pier - Portsmouth, NH — in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
"Witchcraft" Rye Harbor - Rye, NH — at Rye Harbor State Park
Last Night's Sunset Over Portsmouth - Portsmouth, NH
Incredible sunset last night over Portsmouth. Apologies for not posting this past week, had a quick business trip to shoot a BEAUTIFUL wedding on the beach in Florida! Excited to be back for spring sunshine and ready to get back out shooting some new stuff!
📸: LaBrie Media — in Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Last Night's Sunset Over Dover - Dover, NH — inDover, New Hampshire
Golden Hour at Goat Island Lighthouse - Newport, RI — in Newport, Rhode Island.
At The Kittery Shoreline - Kittery, ME saw this boat yesterday on a coastal drive and it still seems like an optical illusion to me. How does it appear to be floating, how did it split like this? How did the rocks perfectly fill the bottom?
- Kittery, ME — in Kittery, Maine
Spring Odiorne Mornings - Rye, NH
Any photographer will agree that this is one of the most difficult times of the year to find new photos to take. We're in that awkward stage in between where there is no more snow but we're still in the early stages of spring. Nothing has turned green yet. Grass, trees and plants are just in the beginning stages of growing back and still resemble winter. So, here is something that never goes out of season! Have a great week everyone!
-Devin LaBrie Media
Capturing the heart of Seacoast New Hampshire through landscape photography and videography.