Wednesday, 25th December 2013
Moon over Nubble
by Michael A Blanchette
Nubble Light stands about 100 yards from the tip of Cape Neddick Point near York Beach, Maine. The lighthouse went into operation in 1879 and remains functional to this day. Between Thanksgiving and New Year, Holiday lights cover the structures on Nubble Island, creating much photogenic appeal. This image was made on a full moon evening, adding to the seasonal drama.
Equipment: Nikon D4 with Nikon 24-70mm Lens
Michael A Blanchette
Mike is a New Hampshire-based photographer specializing in landscapes. His images exude a sense of tranquility, mystery, and simplicity. These attributes are embodied in his business motto, Serenity in Landscapes.
In addition to photographing New England, Mike travels far and wide to capture diverse subjects. Consequently, his passion for photography spans across the Colorado Plateau, down the Southern Appalachian Mountains, and over to northern of Europe.