All Images are Copyright of William Owens
Mill Pond along the Contoocook River in October sunset
Piscataqua River at Portsmouth, New Hampshire; tranquil sunset ski contrasts with tidal swirls in this "wiley" river.
The Piscataqua River is the seacoast boundary between New Hampshire and Maine. Here, the river is shown at sunset with Fort McClary on the Maine shore in the background.
The gundalow once plied the Piscataqua's tricky waters. Here is a replica with Fort McClary on the Maine side of the river in the background.
Harvest (post blood) Moon over Beacon Hill, Boston, from Cambridge, Massachusetts shore of Charles River, Sept. 27, 2015.
Portsmouth, New Hampshire Docks; Tug Boats on Piscataqua River
North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts; North side looking east. Here is where the Battle of Concord began April 19, 1775. This view would have shown the British Regulars on the far side of the bridge facing the Colonial Militia. Here was fired "the shot heard round the world".
Fall color: Field, old barn and stone wall; Milton Parish, Litchfield, Connecticut.
Rhode Island stone walls, fields and barren tree.
North Bridge, Concord, Massachusetts; In winter.
Leaning-tree Rock. Along the Salmon Falls River, Maine (Formerly the Newichewannock River).
Twilight Mountain Meadow; Mt.Monadnock and Green Pasture with Barn and Horse, in fall color at twilight.
Saltmarsh, Hampton, New Hampshire; At low tide in summer. Hampton, New Hampshire was settled from Massachusetts c 1636 because of its rich salt marshes which provided excellent fodder for livestock.
Concord River; early spring trees reflected in still water. Black and White
Grist Mill, Sudbury, Massachusetts. Near Longfellow's Wayside Inn, this 1929 replica of an early stone mill continues to produce flour.
Hancock Tower, Boston, Massachusetts; View across rooftops. HDR image.
Back Bay, Boston, Massachusetts; View from balloon.So many skyscrapers on filled in land! Up to the early 19th century the back bay was part of the Charles River - awash at high tide.
Boston Skyline around Beacon Hill at Winter Twilight; View across Charles River from Cambridge.
Cape Neddick (Nubble) Light, York, Maine.