Of all the New England states, these two have the most lighthouses and the least. There are 63 lights in Maine identified as active, the majority located on distant offshore islands. In New Hampshire there are five, three are on the same lake and aren't classified as aids to navigation. This project began near my Rhode Island home in October 2013 and I've traveled throughout the Northeast capturing the lighthouses and stars on the darkest of dark nights under clear skies during new moon phase. It has been challenging, sometimes dangerous but always rewarding. I've met hundreds of wonderful people along the way whose cooperation and willingness to help has not gone unnoticed. It could not have been done without this assistance and all of the help is greatly appreciated. As of Spring 2017 only a fraction of the Maine lights have been photographed but the hope is to get to them all in the coming months and years. I hope you enjoy the collection and any can be purchased from me directly at dazapper316@hotmail.com

April 2017.
Hendricks Head Milky WayWest QuoddySquirrel Point ReflectionCape Elizabeth LighthouseDice HeadPemaquid Landscape ReflectionNubble PortraitWhitlocks MillBurncoat HarborDoubling Point LighthouseKennebec River Range LightsMonhegan DorySpring Point Ledge Christmas LandscapePoartland Buglight LandscapeFort Point Oil HouseMarshall Point Crescent MoonOwls Head StairsLoon Island Ice ReflectionPortsmouth WalkwaySquirrel Point On Kennebec