New Hampshire Architecture 1


Portsmouth, New Hampshire has some amazing examples of Colonial and saltbox style homes. It was a cold and snowy day, so I didn’t spend as long as I’d like to have spent outside, but here are a few photos of the lovely traditional New England style homes.

A view of the church steeple jutting up from the surrounding homes

A view of the church steeple jutting up from the surrounding homes

portsmouth, new hampshire church steeple

Close up

Portsmouth is filled with fantastic examples of colonial and saltbox architecture

Portsmouth is filled with fantastic examples of colonial and saltbox architecture

Still more examples of historic Portsmouth architecture

Still more examples of historic Portsmouth architecture

Beautiful old Colonial colors

Beautiful old Colonial colors

There is also a lot of water and plenty of pretty vistas. This was one of my favorite spots:

Beside Sanders Fish Market

Beside Sanders Fish Market

And this is a close up of the pilings at the fish market:

The little buggers will cling to boat hulls the same way.

The little buggers are everywhere.

The bridge:

Bridge to Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Bridge to Portsmouth, New Hampshire

 


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Kate loves to explore new places. She often begins planning her next trip before her suitcase is unpacked! She is currently working on her goal of fifty by 50, with detours to places outside the USA or trips back to states she’s already visited to discover new towns or enjoy new sights. In addition to travel, Kate is passionate about photography, dabbles in painting and cannot start her mornings without a good cup of tea.

Her most recent travels were to Rhode Island and the Azores. She will also be traveling to the Eastern shore of Maryland and Iceland in 2016.


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