Saturday, November 7, 2009

Piscatiqua Cafe




I shot this back on July 3rd, during one of our rainy days that never seemed to end. At the time the fog made for some great views, but the rain made them hard to capture! Luckily when I shot the Cafe the rain had let up for a bit. This photo hangs on the wall in my family room as it's one of my favorites.

To read about this historic old building click here. For more on New Castle click here.



15 comments:

Becky said...

I can see why you have this hanging on your wall, very nice photo and captures what New England is all about. Hope your Mom continues to get better each day as her strength returns and the pain lessens more and more. I had back surgery in 93 and know what she is going through. I've been good ever since.

hip chick said...

Oh what a beautiful photo. I'll have to check this out next time I'm in this area.

Jayne said...

What a rich history. If only walls could talk. :c) A beautiful image you captured too Sharon.

Country Girl said...

Beautifully composed. I can see why you've got it mounted.
Take care, Sharon. Hope your mom is continuing to feel well.

Steve Borichevsky said...

I've been back in New England for three years and I finally learned how to pornounce Piscataqua without haveing to think it through. This is a fine image taken in rainy summer when good images were hard to find.

Snappy Di said...

Nice shot... it's moody and quiet and those little boats look lost.

DI
The Blue Ridge Gal

Riet said...

What a beautiful Photo. I can see why you hang it on the wall.

Chris Petrak said...

I love the almost black & white effect of this photo - in fact had to look twice at it to see the color. Sometimes real life is black & white, and you provide a reminder.

Donna said...

Great shot! Love the boats...Happy night to you!hughugs

The Retired One said...

I think I will pass on eating outside on those rainy tables, though. ha
Nice shot of a charming place!!

Pat said...

This is so beautiful and befitting of New England. I like that the photo is almost monochrome except for a spot of red color and a light tint of green in the trees.

ellen said...

I drove to Maine on Saturday and I bet I wasn't far from that place! Great photo!

Loree said...

What a very beautiful photo.

The Curious Cat said...

What a gorgeous photo! As always...I love how sharp the edges are... xxx

mikenh said...

Great photography! And a beautiful weekend of weather.