Portsmouth & Coastal NH: A Photographic Portrait
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Written by J. Dennis Robinson

SEACOAST BOOKS

A colorful photo portrait of our beautiful region created in cooperation with Twin Lights Publishing and written by SeacoastNH.com editor J. Dennis Robinson. If you're looking for a gift book that has it all -- this is the one.

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A mix of colonial, revolutionary, and industrial age architecture with natural beauty, Portsmouth and coastal New Hampshire has become a popular destination for its fine dining, summer festivals, and historic homes. Nearby Newcastle, Rye, The Hamptons, Seabrook, and the Isles of Shoals each hold onto their distinctive personalities as the coast winds from sandy beach to rocky harbor.

When publisher Paul Sylva asked if SeacoastNH.com wanted to collaborate on a beautiful "coffee table" book of this region, we signed right on. The images here come from a contest sponsored among local semi-professional, pros and amateur photographers. Our job was to supply captions for 150 rich color images of the land and sea we love. The text in the book itself is by J. Dennis Robinson, your humble editor. So far the book has gone into two separate editions and is still selling like hotcakes.

$24.95
128 pages, hardcover, color
Twin Lights Publishing
SEE: Photos from the book below and on pages that follow.

Piscataqua Café in New Castle by Marianne P. Young

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Migrating monarch butterfly by Katherine M. Hodgeman

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Badgers Creek in Kittery by Marianne P. Young

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Wentworth Marina from the air by Bobby Conant

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Lone boat by Marianne P. Young

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Fishing boat and nuclear plant in Seabrook by John Wichroski

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Sunrise near marsh by Scott Hakala

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Piscataqua River and Naval Prison by Judith A. Graham

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Horse carriage ride through Strawbery Banke by Martha Brown

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Sunrise on the NH coast by Harry Lichtman

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Tall ship Endeavour passing Fort Point light by Edgar Ohman

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Kayak on Great Bay by Harry Lichtman

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Fort Constitution and lighthouse by Terry Weddleton

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Copyright © 2000 Twin Lights Publishing and Seacoast NH.com. All rights reserved. Individual images copyright to separate artists. Images appear courtesy "Portsmouth and Coastal New Hampshire" by Twin Lights Publishing of Rockport, MA.

Our other seacoast photographers:

  • Ralph Morang - Seacoast, New Hampshire
  • Dan Gair - South Coast, Maine
  • Peter Randall - The Isles of Shoals
  • Frank Clarkson - Women of the Seacoast
  • Marianne Pernold-Young - Seacoast Fall & Winter
  • Robert Dennis - Kennebunkport, Maine
  • David Petty - Architecture Black & White
  • Ralph Morang - NH Beaches
  • Steve Salniker - Pinhole Photography
  • Richard Haynes - Strawbery Banke
  • Ralph Morang - Raid at New Castle
  • Various Artists - Coastal NH
  • Various Artists - Kittery to the Kennebunks
  • Various Artists - Newburyport & Plum Island