Seacoast NH residents are fortunate to live wedged between two other scenic seashores - South Coast, Maine and the North Shore. New Hampshire's teeny coastline, the smallest in the USA, identifies closely with our neighbors to the south and north. This is the third in our series of award-winning photos from the Twin Lights Publishing books series. Our cameras focus today on the Newburyport area including Plum Island.
New Hampshire's rarely forget that, in colonial times, both our neighbors were part of the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Today, the extended shoreline is surprisingly unspoiled despite its increasing popularity with tourists. These photos, all taken by amateur photographers, show the attractive and once booming Mass Bay seaport area. Just 20 minutes from Portsmouth, Newburyport is a bustling high tech community, yet its grand homes, restored brick warehouses and nearby natural preserve make for a superb holiday destination. For this and other Twin Lights photo collections click on BOOKS in SeacoastStore.com.
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